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5/6/2013 7:17:00 PM
Driver charged in Monday afternoon wreck

The driver of the vehicle involved in a single vehicle wreck Friday afternoon has been charged in connection with the accident.

According to officials with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, 56-year-old Deborah Stewart was travelling west on Chinquapin Road in a 2000 Dodge pickup just after 4 p.m. Monday afternoon. She attempted to turn right onto Woodlawn Road and ran off the right side of the road. The vehicle went down an embankment and overturned. Stewart was wearing a seatbelt at the time and was transported to Self Regional Medical Center by Greenwood County EMS to receive treatment for her injuries.

Officials say that Stewart has been charged with driving under the influence, driving under suspension and open container in connection with the incident.

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Posted: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Article comment by: Ashley Duke

Paula, you're right on most of your points, but I disagree with "think about that when you vote to serve alcohol outside uptown." I think the people who choose to have that drink that's available should be the ones thinking about the consequences to their drinking and driving. There are always some people who try and blame someone other than themselves for things that they do wrong. If alcohol was allowed outside, and it already is in some places uptown, within certain areas, it would increase sales for small business. But it's not the small business' fault, other than if they served an already drunk person, if someone who chose to have a drink got in the car and got a DUI or worse. It's the person doing the drinking in the first place.

Posted: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Article comment by: Paula Smith

I'm glad she didn't get hurt too bad but it could have been a 20 year sentence. You say "how?" Had she hit a child, or another vehicle, even if it were their fault, she could catch a 20 year sentence. Think about that when you vote to serve alcohol outside uptown. Please everyone who drinks anything and drives, think about that. 20 years is such a long time and dead is forever.

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