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Two injured – South Greenville

South Greenville firefighters work at the scene of a single vehicle wreck Wednesday night. Two people were transported by Greenville County EMS to an area hospital. The truck overturned near the intersection of Snow Road. (Photo by David Rogers)

 

Clipped pole causes field fire – West Georgia Road

South Greenville firefighter Kevin Bell looks at a power pole that was struck and broke on West Georgia Road Saturday afternoon. A vehicle struck the pole causing power lines to fall and start a large field and woods fire. No one was injured in the wreck. (Photo by David Rogers)

Wind drives local field fire – West Georgia Road

A large woods and field fire, fueled by moderate winds kept firefighters busy Saturday afternoon off West Georgia Road Saturday. The fire began after a car struck a pole breaking it and causing power lines to fall. Piedmont and West Pelzer assisted South Greenville firefighters. (Photo by David Rogers)

No injuries – West Georgia Rd. & Augusta

South Greenville firefighters work at the scene of a wreck at West Georgia Road and Augusta Road Sunday morning. Two vehicles collided in the intersection but no one was injured. Greenville County EMS responded to the call. South bound traffic on Augusta Road was slowed until the wreckage was removed from the roadway. (Photo by David Rogers)

Driver ejected – Augusta Road

South Greenville firefighters along with Greenville county deputies survey the scene of a wreck on Augusta Road Monday afternoon (July 4). An SUV ran off the roadway and overturned ejecting the driver. He was rushed to Greenville Memorial Medical Center by Greenville County EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

Hwy. 247 fatality involving coal ash truck

One person was fatally injured in a head-on accident involving a Waste Management 18-wheeler on Cooley Brige Road (Hwy. 247) in south Greenville County. The accident happened Tuesday morning about one mile west of Hwy. 25. The truck, which was hauling coal ash from the  Duke Energy Lee Steam Station facility near Williamston, had minimal damage and according to reports, the truck driver was not injured. Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans has not released the name of the victim who was fatally injured in the car involved. South Greenville Fire Department, Greenville County EMS, Greenville County Sheriff’s Office and SC Hwy. Patrol responded. A detour was in effect while the accident was being cleared around 12:30 p.m. SC Hwy. Patrol was still investigating on the scene.

Augusta Road fatality

South Greenville firefighters along with state troopers work at the scene of an accident on Augusta Road north of Ware Place early Sunday morning. A Kia Sol ran off the roadway and struck three parked vehicles, overturning several times. A passenger was ejected and died a short time later at the hospital. The driver was taken to Greenville Memorial Hospital by Greenville County EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

South Greenville fatal – West Georgia Road

South Greenville firefighters survey the wreckage of a car after it ran off West Georgia Road Friday near Willow Lane and overturned. The driver was transported to Greenville Memorial Hospital by Greenville County EMS where he later died. (Photo by David Rogers)

Two injured – South Greenville

South Greenville firefighters calm three children in the back of their Battalion truck as a state trooper investigates an accident on North Flatrock Road Tuesday night. A Cadillac wan off the roadway and struck an embankment sending one adult passenger and a child to the hospital by Greenville County EMS. (Photo by David Rogers)

Emergency Responders on alert following crash

On Hwy. 20 bridge

By Stan Welch

This weekend, it was all hands on deck for a short while, as the West Pelzer Fire Department, along with other rescue units, responded to a car accident on the Highway 20 bridge across the Saluda in Pelzer.

WPFD Chief David Huff said his department responded to a call of a car accident with possible entrapment and automobile fire. Upon arrival, they found the car fully engulfed in flames, but all passengers had escaped the vehicle. The fire was quickly extinguished. All were transported to area hospitals, but witnesses reported seeing someone either jump or fall off the bridge into the water below.

One injured – Hwy. 418

A South Greenville firefighter sweeps debris up from a two vehicle accident on Sunday afternoon. The accident happened at the intersection of Berry Road and Highway 418. The driver of one car was transported by Greenville County EMS to an area hospital. (Photo by David Rogers)

SUV hits mailbox, pickup – South Greenville

A Greenville County Sheriffs Deputy and a state trooper survey the scene of a three vehicle accident on Saturday night on Kingfisher Drive. South Greenville firefighters responded along with Greenville EMS. A sport utility vehicle was traveling on Kingfisher Drive when it struck a mail box before striking a pick up truck. The impact knocked the pick up into an occupied car. One person in the car was transported to an area hospital. (Photo by David Rogers)

Missing man’s body found in South Greenville pond

Greenville County deputies, divers, and South Greenville firefighters work at the scene where  the body of 62 year old Roland Scott Hill was found Saturday night. Hill’s body was discovered in a private pond on McKittrick Road, not far from his home. Hill was reported missing by family members on Thursday. The incident remains under investigation. (Photo by David Rogers)

Roland Scott Hill

Two vehicle accident – Augusta Road

South Greenville firefighters work at the scene of a two vehicle accident on Thursday night. A pickup truck and a car collided near the Matrix on Augusta Road. Greenville County EMS transported the driver of the car to an area hospital. South Greenville firefighters assisted EMS with patient care. (Photo by David Rogers)

Structure fire – South Greenville

South Greenville firefighters make entry into a mobile home that was on fire Monday night on Chesley Drive. The structure, which was vacant was reportedly being used by homeless people. The home was a total loss. (Photo by David Rogers)

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