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20/September/2017 MVC with Air Evac A Shift

Two adult females were injured in a two car MVC in the 1500 block of Robertson Blvd. Wednesday evening 20-September at 22:23. A west bound Honda Accord was passing a car on a curve and collided with an east bound Chevrolet Impala. Both vehicles were traveling at a high rate of speed and sustained heavy damage in the collision. The driver of the Accord received non-life threatening injuries and was walking around the accident scene, however the driver of the Impala received multiple traumatic injuries. Click here for more information.

19/September/2017 Fatal MVC with Ejection B Shift

A Florida woman lost her life in a single car MVC in the 100 block of Lowcountry Hwy (US Hwy 21) just north of Hendersonville Hwy (US Hwy 17-A) Tuesday morning 19-September. A 07:01, a passing motorist spotted the overturned Ford Focus well off of the roadway in a wooded area. Firefighter-Paramedics arrived within minutes from Station # 13 one mile north of the scene. Click here for more information.

17/September/2017 MVC with ejection A Shift

Five people were injured in a two car MVC Sunday afternoon 17-September at 16:24. Both vehicles were traveling east on Charleston when the collision occurred. A Jeep Cherokee collided with the back of a small Chevrolet passenger car, then over turned in the ditch, ejecting the 18 year old driver. The teenager struck a tree and received multiple traumatic injuries. Firefighter-Paramedics found the him semi-conscious and quickly extricated him from the ditch. Click here for more information.

16/September/2017 Shooting Incident C Shift

A 49 year old Ravenel man was critically injured in a shooting incident Saturday evening in the 1500 block of Hampton Street. 9-1-1 was notified at 20:57 after then man ran to the Orange Convenience store for help. Fire-Rescue Car 112 was near the location and arrived about one minute after the dispatch. The patient was found near the front door of the store bleeding profusely from the right upper arm. Click here for more information.

16/September/2017 High Speed MVC B Shift

A 27 year old Walterboro man was critically injured in a high speed single car MVC in the 1000 block of South Jefferies Blvd. by Live Oak Cemetery Saturday morning 16-September at 06:38. The southbound 2005 Honda left the roadway and struck two large Oak trees. The impact caused heavy damage to the small car. Walterboro Police Officers found the driver unconscious in the car. Click here for more information.

13/September/2017 Structure Fire C Shift 

A Ritter home was saved after a fire broke out in the kitchen Wednesday morning 13-September. Fire-Rescue was notified of the incident at 08:54. Engine 6 arrived minutes later to find smoke coming from all sides and the eaves of the doublewide mobile home. Crews could see fire burning in the center of the residence. One 1-3/4 handline was deployed and Firefighter-Paramedics made entry through the front door. Click here for more information.

13/September/2017 High Speed MVC B Shift

Two people were severely injured in a head-on crash in the 2200 block of Mt. Carmel Road Wednesday morning 13-September. At 04:44, Fire-Rescue units were notified of the accident just south of Ruffin Road. Engine 26 and Medic 26 arrived within 2 minutes from Station # 26 one mile from the scene. Units found the road blocked by the two vehicles, a small car and a small pickup truck. Click here for more information.

11/September/2017 Structure Fire A Shift

At 13:03 Monday afternoon during the peak of Tropical force winds from Hurricane Irma, a neighbor reported smoke and flames coming from a residence located at 141 Capital Road in the Jacksonboro Community. Engine 2 arrived minutes later to find a singlewide mobile home with moderate smoke coming from the front and eaves of the building. Click here for more information.

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