Fatal Head On Collision on Highway 6 in Gaston, South Carolina
LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC — According to an online news report at wltx.com, a head on collisions kills a man in Lexington County, South Carolina.*
The crash occurred on Highway 6 in Gaston, South Carolina close to Blackville Road. The local medical examiner’s office identified the victim as a forty two year old man from Lexington, South Carolina.
The local police note that the man was going east on the road when his car for whatever reason crossed the center line and slammed into a box truck in the opposite lane of traffic. The man died at the scene of the accident due to his injuries. The driver of the truck only sustained minor injuries.
There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation by local police.
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