Young Mother Dies In Johnston County Wreck

ANGIER – The State Highway Patrol says speed was a contributing factor in a fatal single vehicle accident in western Johnston County.  The wreck was reported Friday, Dec. 23rd at 2:16am on NC Highway 210 near Caitlin Drive, west of McGee’s Crossroads.

Authorities said Shaquira Hall, age 30, of Angier was operating a GMC SUV that ran off Highway 210 on the right.  Hall overcorrected causing the vehicle to travel off the roadway to the left and strike a tree head on, causing fatal injuries.  She was not wearing a seat belt.

The posted speed limit on NC 210 where the wreck occurred is 45 mph.  Troopers have not said how fast Hall was traveling at the time of the crash, pending completion of an accident report. There were no passengers in the GMC and no other vehicles were involved.

According to her obituary, Shaquira graduated from Clayton High School in 2010, and later earned a business degree from UNC Greensboro, before starting her own business.  She attended Saint Paul Church of Christ in Wilson. She is survived by her three daughters, ages 4, 6, and 11. A fund has been established to assist her children.


  1. How about have some sympathy or don’t say anything at all..she was an extremely responsible woman, mother and a great friend RIP Shaquira

      • So are you saying she deserved to die for speeding or she needs a speeding ticket? Either way your sick.

        • I’m saying that she made a choice to speed and not wear a seatbelt… So I question exactly how responsible she could have been. That’s all.

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