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Mount Olive man and girl struck, killed while riding tractor

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MOUNT OLIVE, N.C. -

A Mount Olive man and a 5-year-old girl died after a vehicle hit the tractor they were riding Friday near Mount Olive, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol said.

Terry Glenn Lee, 48, died at the scene. 5-year-old Kelsey Renee Davidson was transported to the hospital where she died from her injuries.

The Highway Patrol said Lee and the girl were hit from behind just after 9 p.m.

No charges have been filed but an investigation is pending, troopers said.

 

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