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Lancaster County, South Carolina Woman Dies in Three Car Crash in Conway

A 41-year-old Lancaster County, South Carolina woman died early Saturday morning from injuries she suffered in a three-vehicle crash in Conway, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol. The accident happened at 12:40 a.m. on U.S. 501 near Singleton Ridge Road. The driver of a 2007 Toyota pickup traveling north on U.S. 501 reportedly crossed the median and struck a 2001 Nissan SUV in the southbound lane. The truck also hit a 2006 Honda before coming to a stop, troopers said.

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The driver of the SUV, 41-year-old Deanna Lynn Plyler of Heath Springs, near Lancaster, was killed in the crash, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Tony Hendrick. Two passengers in the SUV and the driver of the Toyota were all taken to a local hospital, according to the highway patrol. Their names were not released. The driver of the Honda was not hurt in the Conway, SC car accident, which remains under investigation.

Although I do not know this woman, our heart goes out to her family as the grieve over her loss. Unfortunately, in today's fast pace world it is not enough to be a safe driver and stay alive on the road today. This tragic fatal three car crash is the sixth fatal accident on Horry County roadways in just the last two weeks. Many car accidents today can be blamed on driver distraction, especially with the advent of text messaging and the age of the blackberry. We are not sure if this was a factor in this collision, but please, I urge you to remind your loved ones of the extreme danger they may face when using a mobile device while driving their cars.

As with all serious injury cases, it is especially crucial to seek out professional legal advice in car accident injury cases and we have the experienced injury attorneys to evaluate your claim. Our firm is ready to assist you in reviewing your specific situation to see if your claim meets our criteria. In North Carolina, as well as every other state, there are laws on how long you have to file a suit also. Don't hesitate, call our toll free number and get confidential legal advice.

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