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UPDATE: Two people killed, two others hurt in Marlboro County crash

The drivers in a two-car Marlboro County crash died Sunday morning.  (Source: Raycom Media) The drivers in a two-car Marlboro County crash died Sunday morning.  (Source: Raycom Media)

MARLBORO COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – The drivers in a two-car Marlboro County crash died Sunday morning. Two passengers, a woman and a two-month-old baby, were hurt in the crash. 

Coroner Tim Brown said Roosevelt McLaurin Junior, 20, of Bennettsville and Kimberly Odom, 50, of Hartsville died of injuries sustained in the crash on Highway 15 401 around 2 a.m.

Lance Corporal Matt Southern with South Carolina Highway Patrol said a preliminary investigation indicates one of the drivers was going north in a 2007 Dodge Charger, went left of center and hit a 2015 Chevrolet Camaro head on. 

A woman and a two-month-old baby were in the backseat of the Camaro. The woman was entrapped in the car before being taken to McLeod Hospital to be treated for injuries. The two-month-old was also taken to the hospital.

The investigation is ongoing.

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