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A person was killed when a truck drove off I-385 in Greenville County, soldiers say

A person was killed when a truck drove off I-385 in Greenville County, soldiers say

One person was killed in a crash on Interstate 385 on Saturday, Pfc Joe Hovis, with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, said the accident happened on I-385 near Mile 31, and Hovis said they received a call about the collision before 7 a.m. A little in the morning, but not knowing the exact time of the collision, the fire department crews at Mall of El Din discovered the car, while at the scene of an unrelated car collision, according to the Coroner County office of Greenville. A 1999 Chevy pickup truck was heading north on I-385, Hofes said that when the driver exited the right side of the road and down a bridge, they collided with a handrail, the driver was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the truck, the driver died at the scene, and the pathologist identified Victim as Tyrone Smoot, 56, from West Columbia.

One person was killed in a crash on Highway 385 on Saturday.

Trooper Joe Hovis, with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, said this happened on I-385 near Mile 31.

Hovis said they received a call about the collision shortly before 7 a.m., but they don’t know exactly when the collision happened.

Fire department crews at two generators discovered the car, while at the scene of an unrelated collision, according to the Greenville County Coroner Office.

Hoffes said the 1999 Chevy pickup truck was traveling north on I-385 when the driver veered off the right side of the road and down a bridge, where they collided with a handrail.

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The driver was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the truck.

The driver died at the scene of the accident.

The pathologist identified the victim as Tyrone Smoot, 56, from West Colombia.