In Science and Space: According to the High Point Police Department, charges have been made in connection with the deadly accident that took Sunshine Nichole Williams’ life.
Investigators believe that Williams’ 2006 Toyota Scion was struck at the site by a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado driven by Joshua Nicholas Anderson, 26 of Archale.
On Saturday, Guilford County EMS, High Point police, and firefighters responded to a report of an injury crash on Business 85 near Baker Road.
Investigators claim that Anderson overcorrected when he veered off the road to the left while travelling north on Business 85. Anderson’s Silverado spun out after he overcorrected, crossed the grass median, flipped over, and collided with Williams’ Scion while she was driving south on Business 85.
Police in High Point made the following charges against Anderson public on Thursday:
Driving-related death infraction
74 mph over the posted 55 mph limit
Kaylee, who is two years old, and Malakia, who will turn one in December, are Sunshine Williams’ two children. Williams, according to her mother, was just a few days from from turning 22. She chose to stay at home with her kids while working for UberEats and DoorDash to supplement her income, which is what she was doing at the time of the collision. She had hundreds of friends, according to her mother, and had a wonderful personality. She was a devoted mother who raised her children at home.