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UPDATE: Simpsonville Man Dead After Colliding Into Tree

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GREENVILLE COUNTY, S.C. -

 

The Greenville County Coroner's Office identified the victim as John Mastrokolias, 59, of Simpsonville.

The coroner says Mastrokolias died from blunt force trauma injuries and wasn't wearing a seat belt. We're told he was the co-owner of a restaurant in Simpsonville.

Reporting by Sara Lewis 

 

A man is dead after hitting a tree on Monday night.

The South Carolina Highway Patrol says that a 2003 GMC Pickup truck was traveling on SC 146 when it hit at tree.

The collision happened near Godfrey Road in Greenville County just before 11 p.m.  Monday night.

Troopers say that the 53-year-old Simpsonville man was taken to Greenville Memorial Hospital where he died.

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