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Man hit, killed while loading moving van

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BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) -- A man loading a moving truck in Brunswick County was hit and killed today by a car. Highway Patrol says the 63-year-old, who's name has not been released, was loading the truck on Green Hill Road near Duffer Blvd.

Troopers say the driver of a car heading east on Green Hill Road was blinded by the sun and hit the man. No charges have been filed at this time.

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Our prayers go out to you

On behalf of my family, I wanted to let you know that your father was a ray of sunshine in our lives during our recent move from Wilmington to Oklahoma. He treated us like his own family and he had a great smile and infectious laugh that was so comforting. He is an Angel who touched many lives in a positive way. Know that he is with God and may His grace touch each of you during this difficult time.

Your father will be missed but he left many of us with happiness in our hearts during stressful times.

God Bless to you and your entire family. You are in our prayers!

Powerful Prayer

Brittany - there are no words and I truly understand your pain. There is only fervent prayer for you and the family. I will see you soon. I love you cousin!

SPEEDING

Let's see, SPEED + no visibility = DEATH!

I strongly disagree, if that

I strongly disagree, if that is the case, we are all in trouble overall.

SPEEDING

It should have read speedING. Sorry.

Clearly you are simple. You

Clearly you are simple. You have no remorse for the family or you wouldn't be posting dumb, simple things. #1 he was unloading on a residential road he should have been driving the speed limit. If not he should be sited for speeding as well as man slaughter. Even if it wasn't his intention to kill him he shouldn't have been driving if he couldn't see. As to the family look into wrongful death if the police don't investigate properly.