Mecca Windsor Death, Obituary – The name of the female victim who passed away as a result of injuries sustained in an accident that took place on Tuesday morning in the Eastover area in Richland County has been made public by the Richland County Coroner’s Office. The accident occurred on Tuesday morning. A collision that occurred earlier in the day was to blame for the tragic outcome of the situation. The victim ended up becoming hurt as a direct result of what happened in the collision. Mecca S. Windsor, who was 29 years old and from Sumter,
South Carolina, was identified as the victim of the accident that took place on US-601 close to Governor Heyward Road at approximately 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning, according to a statement that was released by the authorities on Wednesday morning. Mecca S. Windsor was identified as the victim of the accident that took place on US-601 close to Governor Heyward Road at approximately 3 a.m. on Wednesday morning. Mecca S. Windsor was one of the people who lost their lives in the collision that occurred on US-601 not far from Governor Heyward Road.
The South Carolina Highway Patrol has indicated in the past that the vehicle that was involved in the accident was a 2013 Hyundai that was driving southbound on US-601 at the time when it went off the road to the left and hit with a tree. The tree sustained damage as a result of the collision. As a direct result of the impact, the tree incurred some damage. The damage was produced when the vehicle went off the road and into the tree, which was the source of the accident. The Richland County Coroner’s Office is assisting the Highway Patrol in their investigation into the collision as they work to gather information about what happened.
The Highway Patrol is continuing its investigation into what took place and collecting information related to it.
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