• May 11, 2017

Bryan Andrews Killed in Lexington County, SC, Car Accident

Lexington County, SC -- May 8, 2017, Bryan Andrews suffered fatal injuries following an accident where his vehicle crashed on the interstate.

Investigating officers from the South Carolina State Highway Patrol released preliminary details about the fatal single-vehicle accident. They say it occurred at about 1:40 p.m. along I-20, west of Lexington and Red Bank.

Police officials stated that 21-year-old Andrews was in a vehicle traveling eastbound along the highway. For reasons which have not yet been determined, the vehicle lost control and crashed into a concrete pillar at an overpass.

EMS were eventually called out to the scene, but Andrews succumbed to his injuries at the scene.

Authorities have not yet released any factors contributing to the accident. They say the accident is under investigation.

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