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Iva Man Dead And Three Others Transported To AnMed After Wreck

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An Iva man is dead today and three others injured after a wreck in Anderson County. An Iva man is dead today and three others injured after a wreck in Anderson County.
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An Iva man is dead today and three others injured after a wreck in Anderson County.

Although James Adam Cann, 26, was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident on Sam Turner Road, Cann was pronounced dead at the scene by Anderson County Coroner, Charlie Boseman.

Cann was driving a 2005 Honda motorcycle heading southbound on Sam Turner Road (2.9 miles south of Iva) around 5:30 p.m. when Cann’s vehicle crossed the centerline causing a collision according to State Trooper, Billy Elder.

Elder stated that the other vehicle was a 2003 Ford pickup truck carrying three people.

As a result of their injuries, both the passengers as well as the driver was taken to Anderson Medical Center for treatment. There is no word currently on their conditions.

According to the coroner’s office, Cann did test positive for drugs.

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