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The Tyro Volunteer Fire Department had quite startle last week as a man crashed his car into their building. Unfortunately, the driver died of sustained injuries from the wreck at the hospital.

According to the Greensboro News and Record, the 40-yr-old Linwood resident was killed after crashing his vehicle into the fire department late last Sunday. As reported by an eye-witness, they saw Dyson weaving in-and-out of traffic prior to hitting the fire department. Authorities claim that Dyson had suffered a medical condition casuing him to wreck.

There are many types of medical conditions that can affect a person’s ability to drive safely. It could be any disorder or condition that might interfere with the alertness, strength, physical coordination, agility, judgment, attention, knowledge, or skill necessary to safely operate a motor vehicle, is a concern.

Many of these medical conditions may be static, such as the residual effects of a single stroke, or chronic, such as an uncontrolled seizure disorder or diabetic condition. It may be a progressive condition which gradually deteriorates over time, such as Alzheimer’s disease or other form of dementia.

About the Editors: Shapiro, Cooper,Lewis & Appleton personal injury law firm is based in Virginia (VA), near the NE North Carolina (NC) border and handles car, truck, railroad, and medical negligence cases and more. Our lawyers proudly edit the Virginia Beach Injuryboard, Norfolk Injuryboard, and Northeast North Carolina Injuryboard as a pro bono public information service. Lawyers licensed in: VA, NC, SC, WV, DC, KY.

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