News: Man charged in hit-and-run accident that injured four people
ANDERSON, SC – Tyler Drake Saxon faces multiple charges after fleeing the scene of a head-on collision that injured four people, including two children, Tuesday evening, according to WYFF.
The accident reportedly took place at the intersection of East North Avenue and North Main Street around 6:45 PM on June 29th. Following the crash, Saxon immediately fled the scene and later called authorities to state that he was not involved in the accident. He was then taken in for questioning and later charged.
A 19-year-old woman and her 3-year-old child as well as another woman and her 9-year-old child all suffered injuries. The 3-year-old was most severely injured and is currently in critical condition at Greenville Memorial Hospital.
Saxon faces seven charges including: leaving the scene of an accident with great bodily injury, habitual traffic offender, driving under suspension, possession of a stolen vehicle greater than $10,000, having a stolen license plate, operating an uninsured vehicle, and reckless driving.
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