• July 18, 2017

Barbara Ann Redick Killed in Charleston, SC, Dump Truck Accident

Charleston, SC -- July 14, 2017, Barbara Redick was fatally injured following an accident where her vehicle and a dump truck crashed.

The Charleston Police Department released preliminary details surrounding the accident, which they say happened in the afternoon hours of Friday near the intersection of Riverland Drive and George Griffith Boulevard.

According to their investigations, 76-year-old Redick was in a Chevy Venture that was traveling along Riverland Drive. For reasons which have not been made clear, the Venture's path and that of an oncoming dump truck somehow crossed. This resulted in a head-on collision.

EMS were called out to the scene, but Redick eventually succumbed to fatal injuries. The truck driver was not hurt.

Police did not indicate any potential factors contributing to the accident. Their investigations are ongoing.

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