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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Drunk driver cuts life short of elderly couple

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Interstate 95 has seen its share of fatal accidents in South Carolina. For one elderly couple, sadly they are now a part of that equation.  74 year old Philip Lavoie and his wife, 70 year old Elaine Lavoie were struck by a 1992 Ford Mustang that was trying to change lanes on the interstate Sunday. The elderly couple's Chevy Suburban was run off the road where it collided into a tree, causing multiple injuries to both occupants. Both were wearing their seat belts at the time of the accident. It is imperative though, that citizens continue to wear seatbelts as the odds of surviving a collision are greatly improved by following this life saving practice.
The driver of the Mustang, Christopher Gregg, aged 34 of Smyma, Delaware was not injured. He has been charged with two counts of felony driving under the influence causing death. If convicted each count will carry a sentence of 25 years.
Mr. Lavoie was a running back in the 1950's for the University of South Carolina.
For information on statistics involving drunk driving in South Carolina, visit: South Carolina Drunk Driving Statistics.
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