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Pickens Co. Man Dead And Two Injured After Wreck

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A Pickens County man is dead Saturday after a fatal collision in Liberty early Saturday morning. A Pickens County man is dead Saturday after a fatal collision in Liberty early Saturday morning.
PICKENS COUNTY, SC - A Pickens County man is dead after a fatal wreck in Liberty early Saturday morning.
    

While driving southbound along Highway 93, Highway State Trooper, Billy Elder, says Preston Calvin Batson, Jr.’s 1965 Ford Mustang entered into the opposing lane when Batson collided with a 1999 Ford SUV.

Batson, 45, was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident according to Elder and was pronounced dead at the scene by Pickens’ County Coroner Kandy Kelly.

Both, the driver and the passenger of the Ford SUV were taken to Greenville Memorial Hospital where they were treated for their injuries.

There is no word yet on the state of their injuries.  

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