News: Motorcyclist killed in two-vehicle collision in Oconee County
Published on April 2nd, 2021
OCONEE CO., SC – 20-year-old Caleb Griffis, a Clemson University student, has died after a two-vehicle collision Thursday afternoon, reports WYFF.
According to the Oconee County Coroner’s Office, the accident took place on Seneca Creek Road near the Seneca Creek Boat Ramp access around 3:15 PM on April 1st. Griffis had been riding his motorcycle down Seneca Creek Road when he collided with another vehicle.
Griffis had been wearing a helmet, but was severely injured. He died at Oconee Memorial Hospital on Thursday.
South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the circumstances of the accident.
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