Brier Hudson Obituary, Death – On Thursday, the Lexington County Coroner’s Office reported that a rollover accident involving a pickup vehicle in which two people were riding resulted in the death of one of the teenagers and the injury of the other passenger. The information that was provided by the Coroner Margaret Fisher indicates that Brier Murray Hudson, a resident of Pelion who was 19 years old and a passenger in the incident, passed away at the scene. Brier Murray Hudson was a victim of the collision.
According to the information provided by Lance Cpl. Nick Pye of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident that involved a single vehicle took occurred in the 1500 block of Old Cherokee Road at approximately 9:45 p.m. That may be found near Lexington, close to the intersection of Wise Ferry Road and U.S. Highway 378, and it is approximately one mile away from the highway.
Pye claims that a GMC vehicle that was manufactured in 1998 was heading west on Old Cherokee Road when it veered off to the left side of the road, hit with a telephone pole, and then flipped over. Pye was there when the accident occurred. According to Fisher, the driver was taken to a nearby hospital, where they were treated for serious injuries after they had been transported there. On the driver’s health, there was no other information that could be offered at this time.
Fisher asserts that neither the driver nor Hudson was fastened in with a seat belt when they were traveling in the vehicle. In spite of the fact that there is no information available indicating what caused the pickup truck to drive off the road, both the Highway Patrol and the coroner’s office are continuing their investigation into the collision.
There have been 932 fatalities on South Carolina’s roadways so far in 2022, as of the most recent data that was compiled by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety on Monday. There were 1,194 people killed in motor vehicle accidents in South Carolina in 2018, according to figures from the Department of Public Safety.
The Department of Public Safety has reported that at least 38 people have lost their lives as a result of collisions with motor vehicles in Lexington County in the year 2022. The Department of Public Safety has reported that there were 57 deaths that occurred within the county during the previous year.