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Collision Snarls Traffic on Garrett Road

web posted November 13, 2012

WESTSIDE – A two vehicle collision on Garret Road snarled traffic for nearly two hours Monday afternoon around 4 pm. The result of the collision left and SUV blocking the eastbound lane in a sharp blind curve and the second vehicle, a small pickup, was about ten yards into the woods with moderate damage. No one was injured.

According to those one the scene, the driver of the pickup was pulling out of his driveway and did not see the westbound SUV and was broadsided. The driver of the truck lost control and continued across the roadway and into the woods.

The Ford Explorer suffered minimal damage to the front end. It was said that both vehicles were probably able to be driven away from the scene.

Volunteers directed traffic around the scene until Edgefield County Sheriff's Deputies could arrive and take over traffic control. The South Carolina Highway Patrol investigated the collision and was said to have cited the driver of the pickup as being at fault.



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