Girl, 14, killed
after car with
runs stop sign
WALHALLA (AP) — A 14-year-old girl was killed in a wreck Wednesday after a car with six juveniles inside did not stop at a stop sign, South Carolina authorities said.
Hailee Pacheco was not wearing a seat belt and was in the backseat when she was killed, Oconee County Coroner Karl Addis said in a statement.
The car the teen was in ran a stop sign and was hit by a second car driving on state Highway 28 near Walhalla around 6 a.m. Wednesday, troopers said.
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The conditions of the other five people in the car with the girl killed were not released.
Troopers said they continue to investigate the wreck.
Body found in
near Reedy River
GREENVILLE (AP) — An autopsy has been scheduled after a body was found in a shallow grave near a South Carolina river, authorities said.
Greenville County Sheriff's Office investigators found a woman's body around 3 p.m. Tuesday. The grave was in a field near Reedy River, The Greenville News reported.