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It is understood Mrs Lyons was driving the car, which was left mangled by the impact which killed the couple at the scene in Nash County.
Eugene and Dorothy Lyons, both in their 60s, were in the SUV which was spotted maneuvering around a crossing barrier near Whitakers in rural North Carolina.
Her disappearance was nonetheless alarming for two reasons.
The first was that Ernestine, no matter how strung out, always managed to stay in touch with her family.
The headline reads, police seek more clues in murder. Then the woman points to a large photograph propped against the wall of her modest home.
Amtrak spokeswoman Kimberly Woods says no one about the southbound train was injured and service was suspended as law enforcement investigated the crash site some 70 miles east of Raleigh, the state capital.The train originated in New York City and was bound for Savannah, Georgia.In a small town in rural North Carolina, a serial killer has evaded justice for six years by sticking to a ruthlessly simple plan: He preys on black women who have slipped away from their lives, who live and hustle on the streets—the ones who are already almost dead The elderly black woman sits on her couch and rummages through a cardboard box until she finds the newspaper article—raggedy and faded like the town of Rocky Mount, North Carolina, where her daughter Melody spent her final years.Integration had chased the white folks out of the public schools, consolidation shrank the tobacco industry, and the textile mills moved overseas.
In 1999, Hurricane Floyd would roar in to finish the job.
The second was that in the past five years, several other African-American women who wandered the streets of Rocky Mount at night had never been seen alive again.