Woman Killed After South Carolina Accident

04-10-2013

Woman Killed After South Carolina Accident

A woman was killed Monday evening in a South Carolina car crash.

According to officials with the Anderson County Coroner's Office, 33 year-old Kimberly Gail Rumsey, was the only person involved in the single-vehicle accident. Her car overturned on the side of the roadway. Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said the crash occurred on Elberton Highway west of Iva, shortly before 5:00 p.m. 

Rumsey was pronounced dead shortly after 7:00 p.m. The cause of death was noted as chest trauma. She was transported to Greenville Memorial Hospital by a LifeFlight helicopter.

Rumsey lived on Elberton Highway in Iva, Shore said.

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