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Auto pedestrian crash in West Ashley leaves one person badly hurt

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One person was severely injured after being hit by a car while possibly trying to remove a deer that was struck by a truck. One person was severely injured after being hit by a car while possibly trying to remove a deer that was struck by a truck.

All lanes on the Savannah Hwy are back open following a two vehicle crash Wednesday morning in West Ashley.

One person was severely injured after being hit by a car while possibly trying to remove a deer that was struck by a truck.

At around 6:20 a.m. Charleston County Sheriff's deputies responded to an auto pedestrian accident involving two vehicles on Savannah Hwy near the Ponderosa Subdivision.

The Charleston County Coroner's Office and deputies from the Charleston County Sheriff's Office Traffic Division are investigating the accident and working to identify the victim.
 
Additionally a two vehicle accident, with no injuries, on Savannah Hwy Northbound at the viaduct is being worked causing additional traffic slowdown in the area.
 
Motorists are urged to drive with caution while traveling in the area.
 
 
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