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North Charleston woman killed in I-26 accident, driver charged with DUI

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A North Charleston man is behind bars after a fatal accident on I-26 on Saturday morning.
 
30-year-old Jonathan Greene is charged with felony DUI involving death and great bodily injury. He is also charged with 2 counts of child endangerment.
 
Officials from the South Carolina Highway Patrol say Greene was driving the vehicle when it went off the road around mile marker 204 in Charleston County.
 
29-year-old Haley Branham of North Charleston was taken to MUSC where she later died.
 
There were also 2 children in the car. Troopers say a child under one-year-old was in a carseat, the other three-year-old toddler was not restrained. Both were taken to MUSC and their condition at this time is not known and officials have not released how the children were related to Greene or Branham.
 
Greene is currently being held at the Al Cannon Detention Center on a $94,665 bond.
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