Authorities from the South Carolina State Highway Patrol have identified the two individuals killed in a Kingstree, SC car accident on February 2nd, 2013. Police and accident investigators currently estimate that Tyquan Allen and Deoveya McCrea were killed when the vehicle they occupied potentially suffered a loss of control or possibly experienced a mechanical failure as they navigated Highway 261 in Kingstree. The vehicle left the roadway for reasons currently under investigation whereupon it entered a ditch before rolling.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Tyquan Allen sustained massive injuries in the accident and was subsequently transported by emergency response personnel to a nearby hospital where he succumbed to the injuries inflicted on them in the accident. Deoveya McCrea was pronounced dead on the scene of the accident EMS arrived. The investigation into the fatal accident is currently active and ongoing by personnel from both local and state agencies.
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