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Double fatality on S.C. 174 still mystery

EDISTO ISLAND â€" They died after being hit by a car one summer night while walking home from a party. Evelyn Hensley and Maggie Mack were well-known on rural Edisto Island at the far south end of Charleston County. So it's surprising to investigators that so few clues have surfaced in their deaths. More than two years later, the case remains unsolved.



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Traffic fatalities top 2007

At a time when traffic fatalities are down nearly 17 percent across South Carolina, Berkeley County roads have gotten far more dangerous.

Chef killed, wife injured

A popular local chef was killed and his wife injured late Saturday after authorities say their car was hit head on by another car traveling the wrong way on the James Island connector.

Woman charged in fatal hit-and-run

Charleston Police have charged a woman in connection with a Saturday night hit-and-run in which the victim later died. harleston Police have charged a woman in connection with a Saturday night hit-and-run in which the victim later died.










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