York County, SC (October 15, 2018) – A Chester County woman was killed in a fatal accident off of Interstate 77 on Sunday, October 14. She has been identified as 25-year-old Vawnsheria Brown. She died in the crash that took place around 11:17 a.m. that morning.
At the time, Brown was adding fuel to her Kia sedan in the emergency lane off of the interstate. At the same time, a 78-year-old from North Carolina was driving his SUV northbound and went off the side of the road. He struck Brown and then the parked car. The crash happened at mile marker 76.
Brown was killed as a result of the accident. The 78-year-old man and his passenger did not receive injuries.
The accident is being investigated at this time.
York County Fatal Accident
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