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Jacksonville “ninja” recovering from accident

Jacksonville “ninja” recovering from accident

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Local icon Robert “Radio” Mattocks is recovering after being hit by a car Friday morning.

Jacksonville police confirm to 9 On Your Side that Mattocks was struck by a car at 408 Western Blvd around 10:30 a.m. on Friday. They say that neither Mattocks nor the driver of the car will be charged.

He was treated and released from the hospital with minor injuries.

The Jacksonville ‘Ninja’ Facebook page has over 28,000 likes. The page’s description speaks to the local icons fame, “If you live in or ever lived in Jacksonville NC...chances are you've seen Robert Maddox (AKA the JACKSONVILLE NINJA) in action at the intersection of Western & 17”

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