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December 12, 1990
The bar where Rob Moroso drank beer before his fatal accident on Sept. 30 was not to blame for the wreck that killed the rookie NASCAR driver and another person, North Carolina's Alcohol Law Enforcement division said. The division said it found no evidence of irresponsible alcohol service by any establishment visited by Moroso. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, Moroso, 22, was driving in excess of 75 m.p.h. on a state highway near Mooresville, N.C.
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December 12, 1990
The bar where Rob Moroso drank beer before his fatal accident on Sept. 30 was not to blame for the wreck that killed the rookie NASCAR driver and another person, North Carolina's Alcohol Law Enforcement division said. The division said it found no evidence of irresponsible alcohol service by any establishment visited by Moroso. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, Moroso, 22, was driving in excess of 75 m.p.h. on a state highway near Mooresville, N.C.
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December 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The pub where Rob Moroso drank beer before his fatal accident Sept. 30 is not to blame for the wreck that killed the rookie NASCAR driver and another person, the state Alcohol Law Enforcement division said today. The department said in a written statement that it found no evidence of irresponsible service by any establishment visited by the 22-year-old Moroso the night of the accident.
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October 2, 1990 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just a few hours after driving 250 miles in a NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race Sunday, Rob Moroso was killed in a highway accident near his home in Mooresville, N.C., while returning from the race. Moroso, 22 last Thursday, was the 1989 Busch Grand National champion and this season was a leading candidate for Winston Cup rookie of the year. He finished 20th in the Holly Farms 400 Sunday at North Wilkesboro, N.C., driving an Oldsmobile owned by his father, Dick Moroso.
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December 11, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The pub where Rob Moroso drank beer before his fatal accident Sept. 30 is not to blame for the wreck that killed the rookie NASCAR driver and another person, the state Alcohol Law Enforcement division said today. The department said in a written statement that it found no evidence of irresponsible service by any establishment visited by the 22-year-old Moroso the night of the accident.
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October 2, 1990 | SHAV GLICK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Just a few hours after driving 250 miles in a NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race Sunday, Rob Moroso was killed in a highway accident near his home in Mooresville, N.C., while returning from the race. Moroso, 22 last Thursday, was the 1989 Busch Grand National champion and this season was a leading candidate for Winston Cup rookie of the year. He finished 20th in the Holly Farms 400 Sunday at North Wilkesboro, N.C., driving an Oldsmobile owned by his father, Dick Moroso.
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