Kevin Mercer Obituary, Death – The identities of the two people who were killed in a collision on Friday that involved two vehicles have been made public by the Berkeley County Coroner. Both people who were involved in the collision were killed as a result of the accident. It has been determined that the collision was responsible for the deaths of two different people.
According to the Chief Deputy Coroner Darnell Hartwell, Kevin Mercer, age 39, of Georgetown, and Christopher Jordan, age 30, of Aynor, both passed away as a result of a collision that took place at approximately 4:15 p.m. on United States Route 17A at Gumville Road. Kevin Mercer was a resident of Georgetown, and Christopher Jordan was a resident of Aynor. The collision ended up happening. Both of the men were traveling in their respective vehicles, which were driven by themselves.
According to the reports from the deputies, a collision occurred between a 2003 Toyota pickup truck that was heading north and a 2016 Ford pickup truck that was heading south. Both trucks were operating in the same lane. The collision that took place involved both of the vehicles that were present there. Both of the vehicles that were present there were involved in the collision that ended up taking place.
According to the authorities, Mercer, who was driving, and Jordan, who was a passenger, were both in the Toyota. Mercer was driving, and Jordan was a passenger. Jordan was a passenger in the vehicle while Mercer was driving. While Mercer was behind the wheel of the vehicle, Jordan was traveling along for the ride as a passenger. Jordan was a passenger in the car that Mercer was driving while he was doing the driving himself. Jordan was enjoying the ride along with Mercer.
After the accident, the person who had been behind the wheel of the Ford was transported to a medical facility so that they could be treated for the injuries that they had sustained as a result of the collision. The Highway Patrol has not yet reached a decision as a result of their investigation into the incident that took place because they have not yet gathered enough evidence.