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On U.S. Highway 64 in Nash County, a tractor-trailer truck hit the car of a deputy helping a motorist in the Nashville area. Three people were injured, including Deputy Matthew Joyner, were rushed to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Two drivers were charged in connection with the crash.
VIDEO: Deputy hit in Nash County
On I-540 at Creedmoor Road, a multi-vehicle accident left one person hurt. Pictures from the scene showed a vehicle ran into a North Carolina Highway Patrol officer's car, causing minor damage.
VIDEO: I-540 crashes
A taxi ran off the road at Hebron Road at West Avenue in Durham and slammed into a tree. A black mustang was also involved in this wreck but there weren't any serious injuries. On Erwin Road, a car ran off the shoulder and down an embankment. It then crashed into a tree. The car suffered serious damage to the front end of the car. At least one person was injured.
In Orange County, the ice was too much for a fire truck that was responding to an accident when it lost traction and flipped onto its side.
In Chatham County, a pick-up truck lost control on U.S. Highway 64 over Jordan Lake. The driver ended up crashing into a guard rail on the median. He got out and called for help but ended up jumping back into his truck when he saw a tractor trailer swerving and coming right for him. No one was seriously injured in that collision.
VIDEO: Durham, Orange & Chatham accidents
On I-40 West on the bridge over Gorman Street, a Wake County Public Schools refueling truck overturned -- leaking a small amount of fuel -- creating a hazardous materials situation.
VIDEO: Refueling truck flips
In Orange County, a fire truck responding to an accident flipped on its side on Phelps Road at Mason Keyon Road. All the firefighters got out without serious injuries.
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