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Myrtle Beach South Carolina – 4 Deadly Crashes Show the Dangers of Spring Break and Late Night / Early Morning Driving

By David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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Spring Break brings high school, college, and other people out to bars, restaurants, and the beach. Most people go to Spring Break destinations to have fun with friends and meet new ones. Unfortunately, Spring Break crowds make for busier roads and, yes, drivers who are under the influence of alcohol and / or drugs. Four fatal crashes were recently reported in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. See 4 Fatal Crashes At Beach on Spring Break Saturday.

Three of the four accidents took place between the hours of 1 a.m. and 7 a.m. according to the South Carolina Highway Patrol. Local and State South Carolina Police officials want drivers to use more caution and patience when driving in Spring Break areas especially at night. There is a responsibility on the part of the driver as well the responsibility of the pedestrian and bicyclist who are in Spring Break areas.