Robert Raynor Death – A man has died following a deadly car accident that happened today. The victim has been identified as Robert Raynor, a 41-year-old man from Anderson, South Carolina. According to reports, Robert Raynor passed away from injuries sustained in the crash. He was tenacious, curious and always mastered what he did very quickly. Raynor was deeply passionate and his sense of humour was a gift to all those who knew him.
How did the crash happen?
The accident took place on Highway 123 in Pickens County, South Carolina, just before 7:30 a.m. Troopers said that a truck was going north and had stopped on the road. The commercial vehicle was said to be a cement truck. Troopers said that Raynor’s truck hit the back of the commercial truck. The coroner said that 41-year-old Robert Raynor died from blunt force trauma. The coroner said that Raynor had not been wearing a seat belt.
Obituary and Funeral arrangements for Robert Raynor have not been made by the family.
Related Article – South Carolina man died after being struck by train
According to the Pickens County Coroner’s Office, an investigation is now being conducted after a man was killed in South Carolina after being struck by a train. James Flowe, who was 31 years old and lived in Easley, passed away on Saturday evening at about 8 o’clock. On the railroad tracks close to the intersection of South Carolina State Route 8 and Fleetwood Road, a Norfolk Southern train ran over a pedestrian named Flowe.
It is in the Upstate region of South Carolina, and it is located approximately one mile away from Prisma Health Baptist Easley Hospital. According to the information provided by the coroner’s office, it is also approximately two miles from Flowe’s home.
According to the announcement, Flowe was transported to the hospital where he later died as a result of blunt-force trauma. There were no further injuries that were reported. There was no information regarding the crash that could be provided, but the Easley Police Department, Norfolk Southern, and the coroner’s office are all investigating it as best they can.
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