Spartanburg, SC (November 25, 2018) – A drunk driving crash in Spartanburg led to the death of one person on Saturday, November 24th.
State troopers responded to Highway 101 near Berry Shoals Road around 5:30 am in reference to a head-on collision. When they arrived, officials discovered that Daniel McCall was traveling southbound when he suddenly crossed over into the northbound lanes. While in the northbound lanes, he collided head-on with a pickup truck killing the other driver.
Authorities have since identified the victim as 67-year-old Stanley Patrick.
McCall has been charged with felony DUI with death, driving under suspension and operating uninsured for his role in causing the crash.
South Carolina Wrongful Death Lawyer
Our thoughts go out to the family and loved ones of Stanley Patrick who lost his life in this horrific Spartanburg DUI crash. DUI crashes claim the lives of many people each year across South Carolina. DUI is a form of negligent driving that all too often results in catastrophic crashes. Driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs is a choice that an individual made that cost this innocent driver his life.
At the Nye Law Group, we have no tolerance for drunk drivers who negligently kill and injure innocent motorists. We work tirelessly to defend the rights of innocent accident victims who have been affected by impaired driving accidents. For a free consultation with one of our South Carolina wrongful death lawyers, please contact us at 912-200-5230.
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