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News: Deputy involved in St. George single-vehicle crash

ST. GEORGE, SC – Police are not sure what might have caused an accident involving an officer in north Dorchester County on Monday night, Live 5 WCSC reports.

Investigators say the incident occurred around 8:15 p.m. when a Dorchester County deputy’s 2013 Charger veered away from Southeast Railroad Avenue near Reed Street and crashed into a ditch.

At this time, no injuries have been reported from the wreck.

An investigation of the incident is ongoing.

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