A two-car crash on Trask Parkway in Burton on Monday set one car on fire and trapped the driver in the other.
A Chevrolet Camaro and a Toyota Camry collided around 5 p.m. between Shanklin Road and Kimes Avenue, according to a Burton Fire District news release.
The driver of the Camaro was rescued from the vehicle using the Jaws of Life, according to the release. Both drivers and a girl in the Camry were transported to Beaufort Memorial Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The Camry caught fire briefly but the fire was out before fire crews arrived.
The Camaro driver was charged with driving too fast for conditions amid the rain, South Carolina Highway Patrol Lance Cpl. Matthew Southern said Tuesday morning. Southern said the Camaro, heading south, crossed over the center line and hit the northbound Camry.
Trask Parkway was shut down for about 30 minutes while the scene was cleared, the release said.