Car flips onto railroad tracks plus Two serious wrecks reported this morning on I-20 in Aiken County

South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News Bulletin and Traffic Advisory – URGENT 6:23 p.m. p.m. ET   12-5-17

Stopping all trains – Aiken County accidents has car upside down on the tracks

Avoid the area of Jefferson Davis Highway at Sudlow lake Road.

One vehicle is upside down on the railroad tracks and a man is pinned.
Paramedics and firefighters are trying desperately to free the man who is in and out of consciousness.

Alert was put out to the railroad to stop any potential train.

The Langley Volunteer Fire Department is on the scene.


Two serious crashes with ejection and entrapment this morning on I-20 in Aiken County, SC

By Greg Peterson
South Eastern Social Justice Breaking News
Owner, News Director

(Aiken County, SC) – Officials are on the scene of two very serious accidents nto far from each other that have traffic backed up on Interstate 20 in Aiken County, SC

The accidents are in both the east and westbound lanes about a mile or less from each other.

The second accident was reported about 3:20 a.m. ET on Tues., Dec. 5, 2017 in the eastbound lanes of I-20 near Mile Marker 14 in Aiken County.

The second crash involves a rollover and ejection.

The second crash happened about 20 to 25 minutes after the first as emergency officials were trying to free a victim who was trapped in a rollover.

The first wreck is in the westbound lanes.

Its not clear how many victims and how many vehicles are involved.

The S.C. Highway Patrol, the Aiken County Sheriff’s Department and numerous EMS and firefighters are on the scenes.

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