The Stanly News and Press (Albemarle, NC)

June 14, 2013

Rockwell woman killed in car accident

Tiffany Thompson
CNHI News Service

Friday, June 14, 2013 — Family and friends are mourning the death of a Rockwell woman who was killed in a car accident Friday morning at the intersection of N.C. 24-27 and U.S. 52.

According to Albemarle Police, Jennifer Fesperman, 32, of Rockwell, was ejected from the minivan she was riding in when it was struck by a tractor trailer. Initial reports indicate, the van, which was operated by Jessica Fesperman, 17, of Rockwell, crossed into the path of a tractor trailer that was heading west on N.C. 24-27.

Three others were in the van at the time of the accident. Kenneth Fesperman, 47, was transported to Stanly Regional Medical Center and then airlifted to CMC-Main in Charlotte. He is listed in critical condition. Jordan Fesperman, 14, was airlifted, and Pillip Fesperman, 11, was transported by land unit, both to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston Salem. Jordan is listed in critical condition and Phillip is listed in fair condition.

Jessica's condition is not know at this time. Larry Edward McIntyre, of Sanford, who was operating the tractor trailer, was not injured.

For more, see Sunday's SNAP.