Brakes disconnected before fatal crash

Brakes disconnected before fatal crash On Saturday morning, the crash happened just west of I-40, just a couple miles from its northern terminus in South Carolina, where it caused fatal injuries to a couple who were driving on the highway, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol. It also happened in South Carolina, one of two states that prohibits cyclists from having lights and reflective stickers on their helmets at night. In addition to being killed, one woman in her 70s died when her car struck a tree. Police say the women were heading to the University of South Carolina at Greensboro to meet with students when the crash occurred. They were taken to area hospitals, where they were pronounced dead. “A good-sized SUV drove by the couple, got out of its lane, turned right into the couple’s lane,” said Sgt. Johnnie Moore of the police. “It was a very, very close collision, and that’s why the driver was cited for impaired driving, reckless driving and leaving the scene of a fatality.” No charges were filed in the crash, police said, and no one was injured. Police closed all westbound lanes of I-40 south of I-80 and ordered buses on the highway to slow down during traffic light changes. Police say the two-wheeler was traveling at 75 to 80 mph when it struck the tree. The driver, a 37-year-old woman from South Carolina, was wearing a 우리카지노helmet, body camera, windshield wipers and front and rear lights. The driver had been issued a summons for driving without a valid driver’s license. “It’s the first time that we’ve우리카지노 seen an incident like this,” said Police Chief Brian Strain in a press release.