Tragic Two Car Accident in Aynor, South Carolina (SC) | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

Gregory Shull and Deborah Grainger Peavy were driving down U.S. 501 in separate cars with no idea their lives would intersect and end in a tragic car accident.

Mr. Shull, in his 2005 Ford Mustang, crossed a median and smashed into Mrs. Peavy’s Volkswagen, according to Both were killed. Collisions of this nature are horrendous, and this case is no exception. As an injury lawyer who regularly represents people seriously hurt in car crashes, I’ve seen firsthand what can happen when cars slam into each other at highway speeds. The injuries are pretty severe including lacerations to the face, a broken neck or back, severed limbs, and, as we’ve seen in this terrible situation – death.

Both Shull and Peavy were actively involved in the Aynor, South Carolina (SC) community. Shull was attending Coastal Carolina University (he was just 18 years old) and Peavy was an active member of the Aynor First Baptist Church. Both will be missed. My deepest condolences go out to their friends and family.

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