Emergency personal investigate a wreck between an Audi A4 and a Grayco Building Center truck on U.S. 278 in front of the Tanger Outlet Center 1 in Bluffton Friday afternoon. The Audi driver, Debora Hanson, 62, was turning left into the outlet center when the truck, driven by Charles Roberts, 48 struck the passenger side of the car. Hanson was extricated from the car and was expected to be treated and released from Hilton Head Hospital. Roberts was not injured. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol spokeswoman Bridget Wyant, both drivers were wearing their seatbelts and both were cited with disregarding traffic signals.
Emergency personal investigate a wreck between an Audi A4 and a Grayco Building Center truck on U.S. 278 in front of the Tanger Outlet Center 1 in Bluffton Friday afternoon. The Audi driver, Debora Hanson, 62, was turning left into the outlet center when the truck, driven by Charles Roberts, 48 struck the passenger side of the car. Hanson was extricated from the car and was expected to be treated and released from Hilton Head Hospital. Roberts was not injured. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol spokeswoman Bridget Wyant, both drivers were wearing their seatbelts and both were cited with disregarding traffic signals. Staff photo
Emergency personal investigate a wreck between an Audi A4 and a Grayco Building Center truck on U.S. 278 in front of the Tanger Outlet Center 1 in Bluffton Friday afternoon. The Audi driver, Debora Hanson, 62, was turning left into the outlet center when the truck, driven by Charles Roberts, 48 struck the passenger side of the car. Hanson was extricated from the car and was expected to be treated and released from Hilton Head Hospital. Roberts was not injured. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol spokeswoman Bridget Wyant, both drivers were wearing their seatbelts and both were cited with disregarding traffic signals. Staff photo

Wreck on U.S. 278 entraps, injures one

August 16, 2013 01:44 PM

UPDATED August 16, 2013 09:09 PM

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