Collision snarls Aiken County traffic

Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 1:02 PM
Last updated 5:23 PM
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NORTH AUGUSTA -- Rainy weather caused a North Augusta woman to lose control and flip her vehicle today, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol.

Glenda Douse, 34, was southbound on U.S. Highway 1 about 12:20 p.m. when she lost control of her Ford Explorer and slid down an embankment blocking traffic near the Atomic Road on ramp, said Lance Cpl. Judd Jones.

Jones said traffic was delayed about 30 minutes as the SUV was pulled from the embankment.

Douse was taken to the Medical College of Georgia with minor injuries. She was charged with driving too fast for conditions, Jones said.

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Lonewuf
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Lonewuf 09/27/10 - 04:42 pm
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Hmmmm.... was it a blue or

Hmmmm.... was it a blue or green explorer ..... Just curious.

gmt
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gmt 09/27/10 - 05:25 pm
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Why was she charged if "rainy

Why was she charged if "rainy weather" caused her to lose control. ;-)

Dixieman
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Dixieman 09/27/10 - 06:36 pm
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Headline should say "SUV

Headline should say "SUV collision snarls..." as the AC always likes to pick on SUVs

pommom38
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pommom38 09/27/10 - 06:52 pm
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Because in rainy weather you

Because in rainy weather you slow down!
Haha lonewuf.. You can forget bout it, they won't find who did it less someone snitches. It is N Augusta after all.

curly123053
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curly123053 09/27/10 - 10:01 pm
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Rainy weather does not cause

Rainy weather does not cause accidents. It is the drivers who fail to slow down and drive according to the conditions of the road which causes accidents.

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