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Clemson, South Carolina (WSPA) – Two people were injured after a rear-end collision turned over a postal service vehicle Wednesday afternoon, according to Clemson police.
The officer received a call at 3:03 pm at US 123 near Mile Marker 3 about a collision between Berkeley Drive and the US 93 overpass.
According to police, when a U.S. postal delivery vehicle and Dodge Charger were traveling south in the U.S. 123, a charger collided with the rear of the postal delivery vehicle and the postal delivery vehicle fell into the oncoming lane. is.
The postman traveled across the northbound lane, hit a guardrail on the other side, rolled it and stopped on the shoulder of the road.
According to police, two vehicles bound for the north tried to avoid hitting the postal vehicle, and in the process they hit each other.
After hitting the postal vehicle, the charger hits the guardrail on the southbound side,
I moved across the south and north lanes and hit a guardrail.
On the southbound side, I now rest on the shoulder of the road.
Police said the two drivers were injured and taken to the hospital.
Campos said: “As long as the driver complies with the traffic law and is not distracted, this kind of collision can be completely avoided. We sincerely hope that everyone injured in this crash will recover as soon as possible.”
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