The man who Goldsboro police say is responsible for the head-on collision on Harding Drive Monday that sent a family of four to the hospital has surrendered to authorities.
James Lee Morrison, 22 of 4357 Norline Drive, walked into the magistrate's office at 8 a.m. Friday, with his mother, Amy Morrison, by his side and went before magistrate Tonya Davis-Barber.
He is charged with driving while impaired, driving while license revoked, failure to maintain lane control and four counts of felonious serious injury by motor vehicle.
Morrison was given a $100,000 unsecured bond. The magistrate said that Morrison's medical issues led to the bond being unsecured.
During his booking process, Morrison became emotional and said he was sorry for the pain that he caused.
"I'm thankful that everyone is going to be OK, I have been praying for them," he said.
On April 23, before 6 p.m., Morrison was allegedly driving a 2016 Chevrolet Malibu traveling north on Harding Drive.
His vehicle struck a 2016 Toyota RAV4 head-on, which was driven by Man Ho Li, 36, of 181 Titleist Drive.
Li was traveling with his wife, Wngyan Lui, 38, and two children ages 6 and 1. Lui and her two children remain hospitalized at UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill.
Capt. Lee Ann Rabun of the Goldsboro Police Department said that the mother and the 1-year-old underwent surgery earlier last week.
A spokesperson for UNC Hospital said the 6-year-old is listed in stable condition.
Police have not determined if speed was a factor in the crash, and the collision remains under investigation.
Anyone with information about the wreck is asked to contact Rabun at 919-580-4272.