Three Accidents Reported on Westbound I-20 in South Carolina
GEORGIA - A news report published on wrdw.com reports that fog caused at least two accidents and a jackknife truck accident.*
The accidents clogged up traffic along westbound I-20, on the side of the South Carolina's border. The news report states that traffic began moving at around 8 in the morning. The South Carolina Department of Transportation announced that the accident occurred by Mile Marker 1 on I-20.
A second motor vehicle accident was reported by Five Notch Road. Then a jackknifed truck blocked traffic on Interstate-20 by Martintown Road. The three I-20 motor vehicle accidents backed up traffic for several hours. Motorists attempted to exit Interstate-20 to avoid the traffic jam.
The fog may have been a cause of the accidents. According to the South Carolina Department of Transportation, the traffic jam was resolved by 8:30 in the morning. The accidents are currently under investigation.
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