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News: 18-wheeler overturns on I-26 in Greenville

GREENVILLE, SC – First responders were called to the scene of an overturned 18-wheeler near Greenville on Wednesday afternoon.

According to  a report by FOX Carolina, the 18-wheeler skidded off the right side of I-26 and overturned sometime before 6 p.m.

No injuries were reported as an immediate result of the collision. Our team will continue to monitor this developing story, and provide any further information as it is made publicly available.

The precise location of the crash is not mentioned in the report.

At Jeffcoat Injury and Car Accident Lawyers, our team of South Carolina truck accident lawyers will fight for the compensation and the justice you deserve after a wreck. We will take on the big trucking and insurance companies with your best interests in mind. Contact us today at (803) 373-1668 or through our online contact form for a free consultation.

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