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News: 40-year-old Batesburg man killed in rollover crash in Greenwood Co.

GREENWOOD CO., SC – A man from Batesburg was killed in a single-vehicle crash near the Greenwood County airport early Monday.

According to a report by The State, the crash happened at about 1:20 a.m. when Jabacus Kawanza Culbreath, 40, lost control of his 2012 Dodge pickup on Airport Road near Rocky Creek.

The truck struck a guardrail and overturned, killing Culbreath on impact.

It is unclear what caused him to lost control of the vehicle at this time. Our team will update this blog with the latest information as it is made publicly available.

At Jeffcoat Injury and Car Accident Lawyers, our South Carolina car accident lawyers will fight for the money and the justice you deserve after a the traumatic loss of a loved one. To schedule a free consultation, contact our offices today at (803) 373-1668 or through our online contact form. 

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