Low Country Cop Injured in Car AccidentMark Clore ·
A woman is charged with driving too fast for conditions, after she collided with a Charleston County deputy early Saturday morning. The SC Highway Patrol says the accident happened just before 2:30 a.m. on Highway 61 near Charleston Christian School. According to reports, the accident happened when 59-year-old Deputy Robert Cart was stopped on Highway 61 attempting to turn onto Plainview Road. He was then reportedly struck from behind by a woman driving 2010 Toyota Rav-4. Cart was in his marked patrol car at the time and wearing a seatbelt. He was transported to St. Francis Hospital to be treated, and his condition is unknown at this time.
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