Fatal accident on Folly Road injures four, kills one (update: names, no seat belts)

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Update February 16: Police have released info that none of the four people injured and one killed yesterday were wearing seat belts.

They've also released the names, and the woman that died was 19-year-old Meghan Corbett.

NBC News 2 has the rest of the names and some raw video of yesterday's carnage (get both here) and The Post and Courier has an updated report (read it here.)

Wearing a seat belt is required by law in South Carolina.

First reporting: A two car collision that resulted in one fatality and four hospitalizations shut down Folly Road for four hours on Tuesday afternoon.

A Ford Explorer traveling toward Charleston apparently crossed the center line and collided with a Ford F-250 pickup pulling an empty horse trailer. The Explorer flipped onto it's side while the truck struck a home.

The person driving the Explorer died at the scene.

Make your way to The Post and Courier for more information on the accident as well as a photo of the scene.

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