UPDATE: Victim in deadly Columbia Co. I-20 crash identified - WFXG FOX 54 - News Now

UPDATE: Victim in deadly Columbia Co. I-20 crash identified

Deadly accident on I-20 near MM 188 in Columbia County 5/17/17 (WFXG) Deadly accident on I-20 near MM 188 in Columbia County 5/17/17 (WFXG)
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UPDATE: The woman killed in Wednesday's deadly crash on I-20 near mile marker 188 in Columbia County has been identified as sixty-three-year-old Victoria Reeder Hall of Monroe, North Carolina. She and her husband were on their way to Alabama for a wedding. The Columbia County Coroner's Office lists her cause of death as blunt force trauma.


ORIGINAL STORY: The Columbia County Sheriff's Office is on the scene of a deadly accident on I-20 in Columbia County.

The sheriff's office tells FOX 54 three cars are involved. The accident happened near a weigh station close to exit 188. The Columbia County Coroner has been called to the scene.

FOX 54 has a crew on its way and we will update as more information becomes available.

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