Posted on: June 4, 2011
No one was seriously injured in a car accident that left a vehicle hung on a boulder in Anderson, S.C., on Monday, according to news reports .
The car accident occurred Monday on S.C. 81 near the intersection of Old Williamston Road when a BMW collided with another vehicle, according to news reports. It is unclear exactly how the collision occurred, but the BMW reportedly went off the roadway and landed on a large rock in the yard near a produce market, according to news reports.
The vehicle became stuck on top of the rock and Powdersville Fire Department personnel had to “stabilize the car and use a hydraulic tool to pop the driver’s door open to free the driver,” according to news reports.
The driver was stuck inside the vehicle after the collision and the Powdersville Fire Department had to pry off the car’s door to free the victim. Thankfully, the driver wasn’t seriously injured in the crash. Pelzer emergency personnel checked both drivers and neither required hospitalization.
South Carolina Highway Patrol investigators are working to determine all the factors in the collision.
As a Charleston car accident attorney , I’m glad to hear that more serious injuries didn’t occur as a result of this crash. I hope the victims are able to make a full and speedy recovery from any injuries they suffered.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a car accident, contact a personal injury lawyer in Charleston .