A failure-to-yield accident in Pickens County, SC, left one passenger dead on Saturday, November 29.
Authorities say the wreck happened on S.C. Hwy 183 near Cannery Rd. two miles north of Easley. Steven Anders, 31, was moving south on Hwy 183 with one passenger in his Mustang. He then tried to turn left onto Cannery Road, leading to a collision with a Ford Explorer, troopers say.
Anders’ passenger in the Mustang was rushed to a local hospital, but sadly later died from severe injuries. The coroner later identified the deceased passenger as 27-year-old Jonathan Ray Jefferson-Neal.
The driver and two passengers in the Explorer were unhurt.
Ander was charged with failure to yield at an intersection.
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