ANDERSON, SC – Two people were injured in a head-on collision in Anderson County Sunday morning.
SC Highway Patrol said that the two vehicles hit head-on on Highway 88, near Jameson Drive, around 7:20am.
7News correspondent David Rogers said that the driver of a Mustang was trapped in the vehicle and had to be extricated and airlifted to a local hospital due to their injuries.
SCHP says Phillip Sherman, the driver of the truck, ran into a wooded area after the wreck and was arrested shortly after.
He was hurt and taken to the hospital.
Sherman is charged with:
- Hit and Run with Great Bodily Injury
- Driving Under Suspension
- Vehicle tire violation
- Uninsured motor vehicle fee violation
SCHP says Sherman was NOT at fault in the accident. The other driver was at fault.
The other driver is still in the hospital.
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