Car Travels Under Semi-Truck in Florence County, South Carolina; Injuries Reported
FLORENCE COUNTY, SC. – According to an online news report posted at wmbfnews.com, a car traveled under a semi-truck in Florence County, South Carolina. South Carolina Highway Patrol reported that injuries were sustained during the crash. Little information about the crash itself has been released.*
The collision took place on the afternoon of April 19 on Interstate 95 in Florence County. Authorities responded to the scene of an accident near Exit 169 to TV Road in the northbound lanes of I-95. It is unclear how the crash happened or how many vehicles were involved in total. WMBF reported that a car had traveled underneath a semi-truck.
A photo taken at the scene and posted onto the WMBF website shows a black sports car wedged partially underneath the back of a large semi-truck. The make and model of the car are not apparent, and they were not included in the news report. The car is seen with visible front-end damage.
Troopers have not yet said what caused the crash to occur or what factors might have played a role in the collision taking place. Troopers confirmed that injuries did occur, but they did not say how many people were injured or how seriously the injuries were to the victim or victims. It is not clear if anyone required emergency transport to a hospital. No names or other identifying information has been released.
The crash caused the right two lanes of I-95 North to close down, leading to backups that afternoon. South Carolina Highway Patrol is still investigating.
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