Category Archives: Emergency Services

Old River Road accident

West Pelzer firefighters along with Pelzer EMS await state troopers at the scene of a rollover accident on Saturday morning. The car was traveling east on Old River Road when it left the roadway and overturned. Neither the driver nor passenger were injured. (Photo by David Rogers)

Single vehicle accident – Heavily damaged SUV

South Greenville firefighters responded to a single vehicle accident on Friday night on West Georgia Road to find no one around the heavily damaged SUV. The vehicle had struck two trees and one lane of the roadway was blocked. The state trooper began his investigation into who was driving the vehicle when he arrived. (Photo by David Rogers)

Single vehicle accident – Dorchester Road

Whitefield firefighters work to clean debris from the roadway after a single vehicle accident on Dorchester Road Sunday morning. The driver of a sport utility vehicle ran off the right side of the road and struck a traffic control sign and then ran off the left side of the road and struck another. The vehicle then overturned and came to rest on its wheels on the right side of the road. No one was injured. (Photo by David Rogers)

Two vehicle accident

Piedmont firefighters direct traffic around the scene of a two vehicle accident on Wednesday night. A vehicle ran off the roadway and struck a parked vehicle at a repair garage on SC 20 near Old Pelzer Road knocking it several feet across the yard. The other vehicle ended up in SC 20 again. The driver was not injured. (Photo by David Rogers)

Two vehicle accident – Anderson Drive

Williamston firefighters along with Williamston police officers work at the scene of a two vehicle accident on Anderson Drive Tuesday evening. A sport utility vehicle ran into the rear of a pickup truck at the intersection of Keys Drive. Medshore Ambulance Service also responded to the scene. (Photo by David Rogers)

Motorcycle accident

Wren firefighters along with Pelzer EMS personnel work at the scene of an accident Friday evening. A motorcycle collided with a Pelzer ambulance at the intersection of Highway 17 and SC 8/81. The driver of the motorcycle was taken to the hospital. The ambulance personnel were not injured. (Photo by David Rogers)

Overturned vehicle – Old Pelzer Road

Piedmont firefighters along with Greenville county deputies look for the driver of a vehicle after an accident on Old Pelzer Road Friday night. When emergency personnel arrived they found an overturned pickup and no one around. A utility pole was also broken and power lines were down. After a search of the area no one was found. (Photo by David Rogers)

Mobile home fire

Williamston firefighters make entry into a burning mobile home Thursday afternoon. When firefighters arrived flames were shooting from the end windows. The fire was quickly extinguished. West Pelzer firefighters also assisted. Medshore Ambulance Service personnel stood by as a precaution. (Photo by David Rogers)

Three injured – Hwy. 29

Three people were injured a a three vehicle accident on Wednesday evening at the intersection of Highway 29 and Welcome Road. Whitefield firefighters had to cut the door from one of the vehicles to remove the driver. Two drivers and a passenger in one of the vehicles were injured and transported by Medshore Ambulance Service. West Pelzer firefighters also assisted.

One injured – Hall Road

One person was injured Sunday in a single car accident on Hall Road. Three and Twenty firefighters assisted Pelzer EMS with patient care. The car was traveling on Hall Road off Highway 8 when it left the roadway and struck a tree. The driver was taken to an area hospital by EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

Mobile home fire

Three and Twenty firefighters along with Wren and Piercetown work to extinguish hot spots following a mobile home fire Friday night. Flames were coming from the front of the mobile home when firefighters arrived. The home was vacant and was a total loss. Pelzer EMS stood by as a precaution until firefighters had the fire extinguished. (Photo by David Rogers)

Vehicles total loss – Hwy 86

Wren firefighters work at the scene of an accident on Wednesday afternoon. A pickup truck rear ended another vehicle on Highway 86 near Blythwood Drive. Both vehicles were a total loss but no one was injured. Traffic was backed up in both directions until the wreckage was cleared. (Photo by David Rogers)

Head-on collision

South Greenville firefighters work at the scene of a head on collision on Highway 247 Tuesday night. One vehicle overturned upon impact. One driver was taken by Greenville EMS to an area hospital. Traffic was detoured around the accident for about an hour until the wreckage was cleared. (Photo by David Rogers)

I-85 accident

A pickup truck rear ended a tractor trailer Monday night on I-85 near the Highway 86 exit. The driver of the tractor trailer was not injured. The driver of the pickup walked away from the scene. Pelzer EMS and Wren fire department responded to the accident. (Photo by David Rogers)

Car strikes pedestrians – East Main Street

Williamston firefighters and police along with Medshore Ambulance personnel work at the scene after two pedestrians were struck by a car Sunday night. It happened on East Main Street as a couple were leaving church attempting to cross East Main Street. They were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. (Photo by David Rogers)

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