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Troopers: Navy corpsman on leave killed in crash near Starr

Good Hope Church Rd. crash (Courtesy: Scott Hawkins) Good Hope Church Rd. crash (Courtesy: Scott Hawkins)
Good Hope Church Rd. crash (Courtesy: Scott Hawkins) Good Hope Church Rd. crash (Courtesy: Scott Hawkins)
STARR, SC (FOX Carolina) -

One person is dead and another was hurt in a crash in Anderson County late Sunday night, according to troopers with the South Carolina Highway Patrol.

The crash happened two miles south of Starr on Good Hope Church Road around 11 p.m.

Lt. Cpl. Bill Rhyne with the SC Highway Patrol said a pickup truck ran off the road and overturned.

Rhyne said the driver of the truck and the passenger were both taken to the hospital with injuries, where the passenger later died.

The coroner identified the passenger killed as 21-year-old Julio Sandoval.

The coroner said both the people in the car were Navy Corpsmen who were on a 10-day leave from their base in Cherry Point, NC.

He said they were in town for the driver's mother's birthday.

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