Kellie Beaze Car Accident – In a rollover accident that occurred on U.S. 17 in Brunswick County on Friday afternoon, four persons were reportedly ejected from a car and suffered significant injuries. This information was provided by the Bolivia Fire Department. The crash happened just south of Randolphville Road. “Station 7 responded earlier today to reports of a motor vehicle rollover with multiple ejections,” a Facebook post from the Bolivia Fire Department states.
Condition of the victims
When emergency personnel arrived, they discovered that four of the five people had been ejected from the vehicle and were suffering from life-threatening injuries. Before being transported to nearby hospitals, patients were stabilized with the assistance of the police crews who were assisting their partners at BCEMS. According to the post, a fifth passenger in the vehicle was wearing his seatbelt at the time of the incident and was not thrown or hurt. It was not made clear whether or not Kellie Beaze was a victim of the accident.
Related story: 1 died, another injured in Brunswick County fatal crash
Friday’s collision on Manning Road in Brunswick County, east of Western Mill Road, claimed the life of one individual and sent another to the hospital with serious injuries. The collision took at around 1:45 in the afternoon. Lester Weaver, 60, was a passenger in the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado that Neil Jones, 73, was driving when the vehicle made a fast bend and went off the roadway. Jones was travelling at a high rate of speed at the time.
After the truck went off the roadway, Jones made an excessive correction, which caused it to travel across all lines of traffic, and then back off the roadway, where it crashed into an embankment. After then, the truck collided with a number of trees as well as a mailbox before coming to a halt.
Nobody in the automobile was fastened in with a seatbelt, which is quite dangerous. Weaver passed away as a result of the accident, while Jones sustained significant injuries. There was not a single shred of evidence to suggest that drinking played any part in the collision.
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