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Three-Car Crash Causes Injuries in Spartanburg County, South Carolina

July 07, 2019

SPARTANBURG COUNTY, S.C. — A three-car crash in Boiling Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina sent two women to the hospital with serious injuries. WSPA reported that the accident in which the two women were injured occurred near the intersection of Double Bridge Road and Highway 9 around 10:15 in the morning. One of the injured women was riding a motorcycle, and the other was driving a Toyota. South Carolina Highway Patrol officers have the case under investigation, and they have not reached a conclusion as to who could have caused the accident at this time. *

South Carolina Highway Patrol filed a report indicating the that 56-year-old female motorcycle operator was traveling west on Hames Road was met at the intersection of Highway 9 by a 55-year-old woman driving a 1998 Toyota sedan. The 2010 Honda motorcycle and the 1998 Toyota collided in the intersection. The motorcycle and rider went down off the side of the road and came to rest on the sidewalk, near a traffic light pole.  However, the Toyota continued on and plowed into 2019 Lexus sports utility vehicle which was traveling easterly on Double Bridge Road. 

The driver of the Toyota and the motorcycle operator went to the hospital for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. There was no update available on the seriousness of either woman’s injuries. None of the occupants of the 2019 Lexus sports utility vehicle sustained any injuries in the accident.

South Carolina Highway Patrol officers are still looking into the circumstances surrounding the accident. At this time, they have issued a citation to the 55-year-old operator of the 1998 Toyota sedan for failing to follow a traffic control device. Her charges could be upgraded depending on the severity of the injuries suffered by the female motorcycle operator. There is no update on the physical condition of either woman.

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