NC college student dies in two-vehicle crash

GREENVILLE, NC (WNCT) – One East Carolina student died and another was still hospitalized a day after a crash in Greenville, police say.

Corbin Hargrave, 20, who was from Lexington, passed away at Vidant Medical Center Monday afternoon. Corbin was a business student at ECU since 2013 and was the passenger in a red Nissan Altima, according to the Greenville Daily Reflector.

Click to view photos of Hargrave and the crash scene
Following an investigation by the Greenville Police Department, the red Nissan Altima was traveling North on Charles Blvd as it crossed the center line and collided with a white, 2005 Chevy Silverado heading southbound.

Occupants of both vehicles were transported to Vidant Medical Center by Greenville Fire-Rescue.

The occupants of the Silverado, Carl Hazelton, 67, and Lawanda Hazelton, 63, were both treated and released.

As for the other occupant of the Altima, Brielle Elizabeth Meade, 20, of Fayetteville was seriously injured and remains hospitalized.  Meade is also an ECU student, having been enrolled since 2014, according to the Greenville Daily Reflector.

Meade and Carl were the respective drivers of each vehicle.

Click to view photos of Hargrave and the crash scene

The investigation is ongoing.

Previous Update on 5/15/16:

A two-car accident shut down Charles Blvd in both directions at the intersection of Corporate Drive on Sunday.

The accident happened just before 1:45 p.m.

Four people were transported to Vidant Medical Center. At last report, two of them were listed in critical condition, including the passenger of a red Nissan Altima.

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