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A motorcyclist was killed Monday afternoon October 2nd in a collision with a pickup truck on Highway 501 near Conway, according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol. The crash occurred at approximately 3:20 p.m. in the area of Amber Lane about 2 miles south of Conway.
The 1996 Suzuki motorcycle was traveling north on Highway 501 when it collided with a 2009 Ford F-250 pick that was making a lefthand turn from Amber Lane onto Highway 501. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the pickup was alone in the vehicle and was not injured.
Traffic in the area was blocked for an extended period of time after the crash because of a fuel spill, according to Horry County Fire Rescue.
No additional information was immediately available. The South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating.
At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, our hearts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and loved ones of the person who suffered this tragic loss of life. We share our condolences for this devastating motorcycle accident.
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