Authorities Respond to Multi-Vehicle Collision in North Charleston, South Carolina
NORTH CHARLESTON, SC. – Authorities responded to a multi-vehicle collision in North Charleston, South Carolina, according to a news story posted online at live5news.com. Officials said injuries resulted from the accident, but they did not provide details about the nature of the crash. None of the victims has been identified.*
Reports indicate the crash occurred sometime on the night of February 13, but it is not clear exactly what time. The North Charleston Police Department and paramedics were called to the scene of a vehicle crash on Azalea Drive and Cosgrove Avenue in North Charleston. Multiple vehicles were reportedly involved in the accident, but police did not specify how many.
No information was provided by police about how the accident happened or what circumstances might have contributed to the wreck. Officers did not say whether any of the drivers would be found at fault in the accident report.
Authorities said the collision resulted in injuries, though officers did not elaborate on the injuries or say how many people had sustained injuries. Police reported that the injuries were minor. It is not clear if the injured persons were transported to a hospital for treatment. No one involved has been identified.
Following the collision, several lanes of the roadway were closed at the site of the crash. Police encouraged drivers to find alternate routes and avoid the area if possible. It is not clear what time the road was completely reopened.
The North Charleston Police Department is still in the process of investigating the wreck, and officers have not yet released additional details.
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