McCormick crash kills 2

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MCCORMICK, S.C. — Two Greenwood men have died after a wreck in McCormick County.

Coroner Faye Puckett says 31-year-old Henry Allen Timpson and 31-year-old Kelsey Saxon died from injuries in the wreck Saturday night.

The Highway Patrol says two vehicles were driving north on U.S. 221 about five miles north of McCormick when the wreck occurred.

Thirty-three-year-old Chiffon Holloway of Greenwood has been arrested and charged with felony driving under the influence. Holloway was not hurt. It was not clear if Holloway has a lawyer.

Troopers say both victims were wearing seat belts but where thrown from the vehicle.

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Newsflash
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Newsflash 04/23/12 - 12:35 pm
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It was not clear if Holloway

It was not clear if Holloway has a lawyer ? Why do they write this ? He will get a lawyer paid for or free........Thats like saying...It was not clear if Holloway took a shower and had a cup of coffee before he left home ? Am i the only one that questions the writers use of these stupid make no sense filler lines.Let me know what you think .Also...Troopers say both victims were wearing seat belts but where thrown from the vehicle. Did the seat belts break ? Were the victims still strapped in a seat that was thrown from the car.......who dreams this stuff up. You ever try to break a seat belt ?

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Bill-H 04/23/12 - 01:19 pm
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Clearly the Associated Press

Clearly the Associated Press isn't what it used to be. I was wondering if Holloway was male or female. I probably wouldn't name a male child "Chiffon" but that's just me.

Cdr4500
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Cdr4500 04/23/12 - 01:23 pm
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We're just never gonna get
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We're just never gonna get this "drinking and driving kills" thing are we?

My condolences to the family who lost their loved ones. This wreck should've never happened :*

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