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South Carolina man faces multiple charges after hit-and-run

A Greenville man faces multiple charges after allegedly driving though a parking garage's exit arm, driving off the road, onto a sidewalk and into a tree before continuing to drive with a missing tire and striking another vehicle. After striking the tree, the man reportedly turned the wrong way down a one-way street and struck a car before finally coming to a stop. After tracing his route, police believe that he also struck two cars in a parking garage and the garage pay booth before driving through the exit arm. His charges include driving under the influence, two counts of third-degree assault and battery, hit-and-run with minor injury and another unspecified driving offense. These drunk driving charges are extremely serious and could have long-lasting consequences for the accused if he is found guilty in a court of law.

Man injured in alleged DUI collision making progress

After being seriously injured in an car accident on Sept. 8, 2012, a former Skydive Carolina skydiving instructor is responding to treatment and is beginning to communicate. The man who injured him is facing felony drunk driving charges after driving the wrong way down Interstate 77 and colliding with the victim head on. The alleged drunk driver is also facing an open container violation.Law students at USC held a party where more than 150 friends and family members of the victim came together to raise money for their injured loved one. Before the accident, the man had participated in over 1,600 jumps from airplanes. At the time of the accident, he had to be taken by helicopter to Palmetto Health Richland where he remained in a coma for some time.

South Carolina man accused of drunk driving in fatal crash

A South Carolina man was involved in a fatal crash with a mother and two children that occurred on Interstate 26. After the crash occurred, the 29-year-old mother was taken to The Medical University of South Carolina and later died. Officials state that there were two children in the car with her: one of whom was not restrained. The children were also taken to the hospital; their conditions as well as their relations to the mother have not been released. The 30-year-old man who was driving the vehicle that hit the woman and two children is accused of drunk driving and was charged with a felony DUI involving death and great bodily injury as well as two counts of child endangerment. The man is being held on a $94,665 bond for drunk driving charges at the Al Cannon Detention Center.

South Carolina man accused of having BAC three times legal limit

Authorities in Lexington recently charged a 33-year-old businessman with DUI. The arresting officer reported that the man was speeding, ran a red light and nearly drove his vehicle into a pond. The businessman has previously received Lexington Chamber's Young Professional of the Year in 2012.The report indicates that despite being advised he was under arrest for drunk driving charges, the driver was compliant with the officer. After pulling to the side of the road for the traffic stop, the man advised the officer that he had consumed one beer at an event. He failed a series of field sobriety tests and later blew a .23 after submitting to a breathalyzer at the county jail.

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