• May 02, 2022

Two Injured in Tractor-Trailer Accident on Savannah Highway in Charleston County, SC

Charleston County, SC -- April 30, 2022, two people sustained injuries due to an accident where a semi and an ambulance crashed along Savannah Highway.

Authorities reported that the crash took place at around 10:00 a.m. along Savannah Highway close to the Colleton County line.

In their reports, officials said that a tractor-trailer and a private ambulance somehow collided, sending two people to the hospital with reportedly non-life-threatening injuries.

Right now, additional details about the crash are unavailable.

Commentary on Tractor-trailer Accident on Savannah Highway in Charleston County

The reports didn't say exactly how this happened, but any accident involving two commercial vehicles is going to present unique challenges. Put simply, companies aren't out there trying to do right by people. Their priority is to avoid responsibility. While they're shouting back and forth, the victims in need of help get drowned out in all the noise. That's why it's often crucial to have experienced investigators looking into things as soon as possible.

Charleston County, SC Tractor-Trailer Accident Savannah Highway

There isn't much that speaks louder than clear evidence, so ensuring folks have as much of that as possible can be a vital step toward getting them the help they deserve. That's why I learned early on in my near 30 year career to ensure accident reconstructionists with the right skills and equipment have a chance to investigate any commercial vehicle wreck like this. It remains to be seen if this incident is being treated with the same prudence.

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