Two Adults and Two Children are Taken to Area Hospitals on Daniel Island, South Carolina
DANIEL ISLAND, SC – According to an online news report at live5news.com, two adults and two children have been taken to an area hospital after an accident on Daniel Island in South Carolina.*
Two adults and two children were taken to a local hospital after being involved in an accident on Daniel Island, South Carolina. According to the Charlestown police, the accident was a two vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 4:30 p.m. om South Carolina Highway 41 at the intersection of Halfway Creek Road.
Pursuant to the Charlestown Police Department, a 2004 Honda was going westbound on Halfway Creek Road and ran a stop sign. As a result, the driver was hit by a 2007 General Motors Corporation SUV going northbound on South Carolina Highway 41.
According to a preliminary investigation, all three of the individuals in the Honda, including two minors, were taken to an area hospital for treatment. One of the minors, a two year old girl, was seriously injured in the wreck.
The driver of the General Motors Corporation SUV sustained minor injuries and was taken to an area hospital for treatment. The accident caused the intersection to be closed for a number of hours and reopened to traffic at about 8 p.m. There was also a separate accident that caused traffic delays in addition to the instant crash.
At about 6 p.m., a powerline came down and laid across the road, causing traffic to cease in both directions of the roadway. Utility crews came onto the scene to clear the powerline and reopen to road.
There are no further details that are available on the crash at this time. The accident remains under investigation by the Charlestown Police Department.
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