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Deputy Injured in I-385 Accident

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A Greenville County Deputy was taken to the hospital after a four vehicle accident on I-385 in Greenville Tuesday afternoon.

According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, at around 5:40 PM on Tuesday, traffic began to slow in the Southbound lane of I-385. 

A Ford Explorer driven by Travis Callaham was unable to come to a stop and slammed into the back of a Greenville County Deputy's vehicle. 

The impact of the collision caused the deputy's vehicle to collide with the back end of another vehicle and then that vehicle hit the next vehicle in line.

Callaham, the driver of the Explorer was charged with driving too fast for conditions. 

Greenville County Sheriff's deputy Christopher Horrell was injured in the crash and was transported to Greenville Memorial. 

There is no update on his condition at this time.

 

Update June 11 11:18 PM

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Traffic is snarled on Interstate 385 in Greenville after a wreck involving a patrol car.

It happened on I-385 south at Roper Mountain Road.

Two lanes are currently closed while responders are on the scene.

Pictures from our crews on the scene show the wreck involving a Greenville County Sheriff's Office patrol car.  Traffic is backed up to Haywood Road.

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