News: 1 person dead, 1 injured in motorcycle accident on Hwy 378

HOPKINS, SC – One person was killed, and another was injured in an accident involving a motorcycle on Highway 378 yesterday afternoon, according to WIS TV.

The crash occurred at about 2 p.m. on July 10 on U.S. 378, near Lower Richland Boulevard, after the driver of a truck reportedly failed to yield the right of way while making a left turn. The vehicle then crashed into a motorcycle.

The motorcyclist died after the crash.

A passenger was taken to the hospital to receive treatment.

The accident remains under investigation.

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News: One killed, three injured in two-vehicle collision

DILLON CO., SC – One person has been killed and three others have been injured after a two-vehicle collision near Dillon Sunday afternoon, reports WBTW.

According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident took place at the intersection of SC 34 and Harllees Bridge Road on July 4th. An eastbound Nissan collided with a 2021 Volkswagen Atlas after the Volkswagen failed to stop at the stop sign on Harllees Bridge Road.

An occupant of the Volkswagen who had not been wearing a seatbelt was ejected from the vehicle and unfortunately died at the scene. The coroner’s office has yet to identify the deceased.

The driver of the Nissan as well as two other passengers suffered injuries and were taken to McLeod Health for treatment. 

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News: Three injured in crash, man charged with felony DUI

CONWAY, SC – 29-year-old Timothy Tindall has been charged with three counts of felony DUI after a two-vehicle collision that injured three people, including a 10-month-old baby, Saturday evening.

WBTW reports that the accident occurred on Secondary 29 at Dew Lane around 5:00 PM on July 3rd. Tindall was driving a 2008 pickup truck while under the influence of alcohol when he collided with a 2007 Chrysler.

The occupants of the Chrysler, a family of three, were all badly injured. The father, Brett McPherson has several broken bones and remains in a coma. McPherson’s fiance, who has not been identified, suffered a broken back and a broken hip, but is in stable condition. Their 10-month-old baby sustained a severe head injury and remains at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Tindall faces three counts of felony DUI resulting in great bodily injury. He has been released on bail for $75,000.

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News: Four seriously injured in crash resulting from car chase

FORT MILL, SC – At least four people have been injured in a two-vehicle accident that resulted from a car chase Wednesday morning, according to WSOC-TV.

The Fort Mill Police Department reports that the accident occurred at the intersection of Highway 160 and Highway 21 bypass just before 5:00 AM on June 30th. 28-year-old Patrick McManus had been driving a black GMC with two occupants inside when the police attempted to pull him over and he fled. McManus was driving 70 to 90 miles per hour when he sped through a red light and struck a Honda CRV that had the right of way. The CRV overturned multiple times as a result.

McManus, the driver of the CRV, and the two occupants in the black GMC were all injured and taken to the hospital. The identity and condition of the driver of the CRV is unknown.

The Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department states that McManus and his two companions were wanted for robbery. 

McManus is being charged with felony flee to elude and firearm possession by a felon.

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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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News: Motorcyclist killed, man charged with felony DUI

LAURENS CO., SC – 56-year-old Robert Curry Richardson has been charged with felony DUI after a two-vehicle accident left a motorcyclist dead Friday afternoon, reports WSPA

According to the Laurens County Coroner’s Office, the fatal crash took place on US 76 near Randall Drive at approximately 2:11 PM on June 25th. Richardson was driving a 2014 Kia Sedan and attempted to enter the highway from a private drive, directly entering the pathway of an oncoming 2004 Harley Davidson motorcycle. The motorcycle collided with the sedan, and Richardson then fled the scene.

The motorcyclist sadly succumbed to his injuries in the hospital later that day. The Laurens County Coroner’s Office has identified them as 20-year-old Nathaniel Hunter Spies, a Clifton Fire Department firefighter.

Richardson has been charged with felony DUI involving death and leaving the scene of a collision involving death. He is currently being held at the Laurens County Detention Center.

South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the accident.

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News: Pedestrian severely injured in hit-and-run crash in Greenwood Co.

WARE SHOALS, SC (GREENWOOD COUNTY) – A pedestrian was severely injured in a hit-and-run accident in Greenwood County late last night, according to WIS TV.

The crash occurred west of Ware Shoals on W Main Street, near Jones Court, at about 11:50 p.m. on June 19, when the driver of a blue or gray 2011-2015 Kia Optima collided with a pedestrian, then fled the scene.

The pedestrian sustained severe injuries in the accident.

Authorities are asking the public for help in identifying the vehicle, which may have sustained damage to its front bumper and fender during the accident. Those with any information on the crash are asked to contact the South Carolina Highway Patrol at *HP (*47) or 864-587-4700.

Evans Moore, LLC provides these blog posts as a way of helping our neighbors and prospective clients stay informed about accidents in the Georgetown, SC area. They are not offered as legal advice. However, if you or someone you love has been hurt because of someone else’s carelessness, our team of South Carolina car accident lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation, online or by calling (843) 995-5000.


News: 1 dead, multiple injured in alleged DUI crash in Marlboro County

MARLBORO COUNTY, SC – A man is facing felony charges following a crash in Marlboro County yesterday that led to the death of one person and the hospitalization of several others.

According to WPDE News, the crash occurred around 4 p.m. on June 19, near the North Carolina state line on Highway 79, near Adamsville Road and about 4.7 miles north of Adamsville Crossroads.

24-year-old McColl resident Payton Nicolas Grooms, driving a Jeep Wrangler, reportedly went over the center line and into the lane of oncoming traffic. There, he crashed into another vehicle.

A passenger was killed in the accident.

Multiple people were taken to the hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Grooms is facing charges of felony fatal DUI and felony DUI with serious bodily injury.

Evans Moore, LLC provides these blog posts as a way of helping our neighbors and prospective clients stay informed about accidents in the Georgetown, SC area. They are not offered as legal advice. However, if you or someone you love has been hurt because of someone else’s carelessness, our team of South Carolina car accident lawyers can help you get the compensation you deserve. Contact us today for a free consultation, online or by calling (843) 995-5000.


News: Truck driver crashes into horse-drawn carriage in downtown Charleston

CHARLESTON, SC – A person was taken to the hospital after a truck driver allegedly crashed into a horse carriage, then fled the scene in downtown Charleston this morning, according to News 2.

The crash happened near Broad Street and Meeting Street at about 11 a.m. on June 20, as the rear of a horse carriage owned by the Old South Carriage Company was struck by the driver of a semi-truck hauling a flatbed trailer. The driver then fled the scene.

The impact frightened the horse, causing it to take off and for the carriage driver to be thrown out of the vehicle. Ken Laffin, who was riding in the carriage with his family, tried to take control of the horse reins, as did his daughter.

The carriage driver was taken to the hospital for evaluation, and luckily did not suffer any serious injuries.

Laffin suffered minor foot injuries after jumping off the carriage.

The passengers and bystanders were eventually able to get the horse to stop near City Hall.

Laffin’s 9-year-old daughter, who said before that she used to love horses, said in an interview that she is now terrified to go near one.

The accident remains under investigation.

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News: Car chase ends in accident that kills one, injures two others

LAURENS CO., SC – One person has died and two others have been badly injured after a car chase resulted in a single-vehicle accident Wednesday evening, reports WSPA

The accident reportedly took place on Torrington Road around 7:10 PM on June 16th. A vehicle was attempting to flee from law enforcement when it exited the roadway and collided head-on with a utility pole.

One person died at the scene. The coroner’s office has identified them as 46-year-old Christopher Butler.

Two other occupants of the vehicle suffered life-threatening injuries and were airlifted to the hospital. Their conditions are unknown.

South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the accident.

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