Two children, ages 10 and 13, among four killed in Robeson County wreck

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The names of all four people who died after a wreck in Robeson County last week have been released by the North Carolina Highway Patrol and two them were children.

The deaths were the result of a head-on collision on Highway 501 about six miles from the Maxton community of Robeson County, according to Sgt. Phillip Collins with N.C. Highway Patrol.

Collins said a Kia crossed the center line and hit a Ford Mustang head-on. The Kia then ran off the road, hit a ditch and caught fire, he said.

The three people in the Kia were badly burned and troopers worked with the Robeson County Medical Examiner for positive identifications.

Those three have now been identified as:

  • Catherine Ashley Hall, 35
  • Cyani Crutchfield Hall, 10
  • Tajzmah Crutchfield Hall, 13

The driver of the Mustang, Christopher Locklear, 44, of Laurinburg, died from injuries suffered in the crash.

Collins said a 44-year-old man from Marlboro County, who was a passenger in the Mustang, was airlifted to a hospital for his injuries.

We have not been able to get an update on his condition.

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