A woman driving on Lobelia Road miraculously escaped serious injury after running off of the road and having several metal fence post go through the windshield of the car. The vehicle came to a stop with pieces of post passing all the way through the front passengers seat and metal sticking out more than one foot from the seat into the rear passenger area.
The accident was dispatched just after 11:00 pm Sunday night in the area of 4300 Lobelia Road. The driver of a Hyundai Elantra passenger car ran off of the road before striking a sign and a metal fence. Several pieces of the fence pierced the windshield of the car on the passengers side of the vehicle. Fortunately no one was in the passenger seat at the time of the accident.
The woman who was driving the car was evaluated by Moore County EMS paramedics but refused transport to the hospital.
One lane of Lobelia Road was temporarily closed to traffic while officials assisted the driver and the accident scene was investigated.
Responding on the wreck were units with Crains Creek Fire Department, Moore County EMS, and the NC State Highway Patrol.
The cause of the accident remained under investigation as of this report.