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Officials said a man has died after he was rushed to the hospital after a fire broke out at a Burke County motel early Friday morning.
Guests at Lowman’s Motor Court on U.S. Highway 70 in Hildebran woke up to smoke just before 7 a.m. and tried to use a hose to put out the flames that were coming from one room.
Firefighters arrived a short time later and were able to pull a man from that room.
He was then rushed to Frye Regional Medical Center where he died, according to the fire chief. His name has not been released.
"I was asleep and when I came out I saw the smoke. First thing I thought was grab the garden hose," said Joshua Morton, a motel guest.
Investigators have not said yet how the fire started.
Check back wth wsoctv.com for updates on this developing story.
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North Carolina state troopers were investigating a deadly crash overnight in Rowan County.
Troopers said the accident happened on U.S. 70 eastbound near Salisbury around 10:30 p.m.
A moped traveling the wrong way on U.S. 70 crashed into a car, according to troopers. The driver of that moped died and officials are having trouble identifying him.
He is described as a Hispanic man in his 40s or 50s.
Investigators closed the road for more than two hours while they cleared the scene.
If you have any information, please call the Highway Patrol at 704-639-7574.
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Power crews are working to repair more than half a dozen power poles after police said a truck slammed into them Thursday night.
Officials said a pick-up truck hydroplaned and crashed on Chesapeake Drive near Black Satchel Drive around 7 p.m., knocking down seven power poles.
Repair crews are asking motorists to avoid the area by taking Oakdale Road to Brookshire Blvd. or take North Hoskins Road.
Police told Channel 9 that the road could be reopened by 10 a.m. Friday morning.
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