North Charleston, SC (October 29, 2018) – In North Charleston, a car accident closed down a small bridge on O’Hear Avenue near Glenshaw Street. The accident took place this morning around 10:00 a.m.
A preliminary inspection of the scene showed that the bridge would have to be closed indefinitely. Photographs from the scene showed a red sedan with major damage to it, a missing back wheel, and a damaged guardrail.
Police have determined that the bridge poses dangers and that it will be closed down at this time. The driver and two occupants inside the vehicle were taken to the hospital with injuries but they are expected to be okay.
The accident is still being investigated at this time.
North Charleston Car Accident
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