A 50-year-old Greer woman killed in Highway 14 crash along Pink Dill Mill Road around 6:40 p.m. on October 18 was identified by the authorities. According to the Greenville County Coroner’s Office, the victim is called Clara Moore.
The crash occurred close to the intersection with SC-14. The South Carolina Highway Patrol said Moore was driving a Toyota Camry and heading east on the highway when her vehicle veered off the right side of the street and struck a ditch and culvert before it overturned.
In a media release, Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans said Moore was not buckled up and she was partially ejected from the car. She was declared dead at the scene.
The coroner’s office and Highway Patrol are continuing their probe into the crash.
Meanwhile, troopers also had to respond to a fatal crash on Monday morning, October 19. This accident happened around 8:30 a.m. along SC-290 about two miles to the west of Duncan and it involved three vehicles.
According to Highway Patrol, a Chevy sedan was going in a westerly direction on S.C. 290 when the driver ignored a traffic light and hit a 2005 Toyota sedan that was heading south. The Toyota then struck another vehicle that had come to a stop in the eastbound lanes.
The driver of the Toyota was killed while the other two drivers were not injured. Troopers charged the driver of the Chevy with disregarding a traffic control device. The names of the individuals involved in the crash have not been released.
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