• September 11, 2023

Mark Dolgoter Killed in Motorcycle/Truck Accident on Highway 80 in Greenville County, SC

UPDATE (September 9, 2023): Additional details released by authorities identified the man killed in the crash as 19-year-old Mark Dolgoter. The circumstances leading up to the crash are still under investigation.

Greenville County, SC — September 8, 2023, a person was killed in a motorcycle/truck collision on Highway 80 near Old Highway 14 in Greenville County, SC.

Authorities indicate that on September 8, a fatal crash occurred when a motorcycle and a tractor-trailer collided in Greenville County for unknown reasons. According to reports, the crash happened just before noon on Highway 80.

Investigators say the motorcycle struck the tractor-trailer while the truck attempted a left turn onto Highway 80. The truck was reportedly turning onto Highway 80 from Old Highway 14. Additional details have yet to be released by authorities.

Officials confirmed the motorcyclist, whose name has not been released, suffered fatal injuries. No other injuries were reported.

The investigation is ongoing.

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