Lexington, SC (October 15, 2018) – In Lexington, a deadly accident took place alone I-20 near South Lake Drive. The 72-year-old who lost his life was identified as Michael John Callahan.
At the time, police say that Callahan had been traveling on South Lake Drive when he failed to stop at a red light and was struck by another driver. The driver had been exiting the interstate at the time.
The collision was so severe that it closed the outbound lanes on the roadway, but they were opened within hours.
The Lexington Police Department is still taking a closer look at the crash.
Lexington Fatal Accident
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