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Coroner releases identity of man killed after vehicle overturns near Andrews

WILLIAMSBURG, SC (WMBF) - South Carolina Highway Patrol responded to an accident early Monday morning involving a vehicle that overturned and resulted in a fatality.

Williamsburg County Deputy Coroner William Horton III identified the victim as 27-year-old Barry Baylor of Andrews.

Sonny Collins said the vehicle was traveling on Hwy 527 about 4 miles West of Andrews in a 1997 Ford Pick-up. The vehicle ran off the road then overturned.

According to SCHP, the driver was the only occupant and died in result of the crash.

Collins said the driver was not wearing a seat belt at the time.

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