The scene of a fatal accident in Socastee Tuesday morning involving a silver pickup and white sports car. Power was knocked out, but has since been restored. MATT SILFER FOR THE SUN NEWS.

[2 Upates] Fatal crash, power outage reported in Socastee early Tuesday

 Update 12/18/13 @ 9:39 PM: Horry County Police are looking for two suspects in the shooting. Police are looking for Ronald Terrel Hamlet, 28, of Kingstree and Michael Scott Stevenson, 27, of High Point, N.C., both are wanted for attempted murder and armed robbery. The deadly collision that followed the shooting is still being investigated, and additional charges are possible. Police say that the crash was intentional and was related to the shooting that occurred just before along Luttie Road. Anyone with information concerning the location of Stephenson and/or Hamlet are asked to call the Horry County Police Department at 915-TIPS.

Source: The Sun News

 Update 12/17/13 @ 4:50 PM: The victim Elvan Douglas was a father of at least one child and he worked at Zaxby's located near Myrtlewood Golf Club along 17 Bypass as a site manager, according to his Facebook account information and a company profile of Zaxby's. Douglas attended NC A&T University in Greensboro, NC, as well as Northern High School in Durham, NC, according to his Facebook page.

Source: WBTW

 Original Story: Horry County police are currently investigating a fatal crash and shooting that occurred this morning in the Socastee community, according to Horry County Police Lt. Robert Kegler.

The crash was reported at 5:26 a.m. this morning at 4481 Socastee Boulevard, which is near the Kangaroo convenience store, according to the S.C. Highway Patrol website.

Elvan Douglas was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, but exactly how he dies will be determined after an autopsy is conducted this evening, according to Horry County Deputy Coroner Darris Fowler. Douglas’ age was not immediately available, but he did live in the Socastee community.

Socastee Boulevard between Manor Circle, as well as the north entrance to the Brandymill Subdivision are closed and will be closed for several hours  as both the Horry County police and Highway Patrol troopers reconstruct the crash, according to Kegler.

Motorists in that area should try to find an alternative route such as S.C. 544 or U.S. 501.

Two suspects have ran from the crash and police have searched for them, but Kegler says that there is “no threat to the area” but if residents living and working in the Socastee area that see anything suspicious they should call police.

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