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News: At least 1 injured in collision on SC-17 in Mt. Pleasant

MOUNT PLEASANT, SC – At least one person suffered injuries in a collision on SC-17 in Mount Pleasant last Friday evening.

According to WCBD, the two-vehicle collision occurred near the intersection with Coakley Road at about 5:20 p.m.

Details about the cause of the crash are unclear at this time. However, firefighters confirmed at least one person suffered minor injuries as a result.

Traffic was delayed in the area going back to the Isle of Palms Connector while emergency crews worked to clear the scene.

Contact the Jeffcoat Firm today if you suffered injuries’ in a collision caused by another driver in the Charleston area. Our team of South Carolina car accident attorneys will fight for the money and the justice you deserve after a traumatic wreck. Schedule a free consultation today by calling (803) 373-1668 or through our online contact form.

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