Manning, SC (October 26, 2018) – A 71-year-old woman from Florida lost her life in a fatal accident in Manning, South Carolina this morning, October 26. She died at the hospital following the incident.
The accident happened in Clarendon County and a coroner arrived to investigate the scene. The driver, identified as Deloris Kovalick, died due to multiple blunt-force trauma.
The wreck occurred at 5 a.m. Kovalick had been wearing a seatbelt but it was not enough to protect her from the violent crash, which caused her Ford F-150 to go off the side of the road.
Kovalick was originally transported by ambulance to the hospital and died while there. At this time, police continue to investigate the accident.
Manning Fatal Accident
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