Clarendon County Coroner's Office is working to identify a man who died in a wreck on Saturday night that resulted in a vehicle fire.
The coroner's office received dental records of the deceased on Monday morning and could have a name by today, …
This item is available in full to subscribers
Click here to log in
If you're a print subscriber, but do not yet have an online account, click here to create one.
If you aren't yet a subscriber,
click here to start a new subscription.
You also have the option of purchasing 24 hours of website access, for just 99 cents. *
Click here to continue.
* Full access is available from time of purchase through 11:59pm the following day
The coroner's office received dental records of the deceased on Monday morning and could have a name by today, Coroner Hayes Samuels said.
An autopsy for the man - a Summerton resident - has been scheduled for this morning.
According to Lance Cpl. Matt Southern with S.C. Highway Patrol, the man's vehicle caught fire after the 1998 Ford Explorer went off the right side of Moses Dingle Road near Olin Road and struck a tree at about 11:45 p.m. He was traveling eastbound toward S.C. 260.
The man became entrapped in the vehicle after the crash.
It is unknown if he was wearing a seat belt.
The wreck is still under investigation by S.C. Highway Patrol.
More Articles to Read