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Man Killed In Wreck In Simpsonville

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A man is dead after a wreck in the city of Simpsonville. A man is dead after a wreck in the city of Simpsonville.
SIMPSONVILLE, SC -

A man is dead after a wreck in the city of Simpsonville Thursday evening.

Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans said that coroner's office investigators were dispatched to the scene of a two car collision at 895 Northeast Main Street.

One man, believed to be in his last 60's or early 70's, was transported to Greenville Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Details of the accident were not immediately available.

Authorities were trying to notify the victim's family and his identity was not available.

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