No charges have been filed in the wreck on Willis Gap Road Aug. 19 that killed a Mount Airy woman.
According to a spokesperson at the District Attorney’s office, the case is still under investigation. North Carolina Highway Patrolman Brent Jones said Wednesday no charges will be filed against any of the passengers in the car. If any charges are filed, they will be juvenile charges against the underage driver.
The wreck occurred around 1 a.m. Aug. 19 near Riverside Drive when the 14-year-old driver crossed the center line and crashed into a tree. All of the people in the car were from Mount Airy.
Chelsie Lynn Thompson, 18, died at the scene of the wreck. The driver was taken to Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in critical but stable condition along with the other passengers — Christopher Jordan, 18, and Joshua Ingalls, 16.
Jordan, Ingalls and the driver have now been discharged from the hospital.