Second Victim Identified In Monday’s Deadly Accident On I-77 In York County

ROCK HILL, SC — The York County Coroner’s Office has identified the second person who died after an accident early Monday afternoon on I-77 north near mile marker 82.

Officials say the driver of a 2009 Honda sedan, identified as Soloman Adams, 18, of Charleston, died after being airlifted to CMC Main in Charlotte.

Adams was the second person killed in Monday’s accident.

The York County Coroner’s Office identified Quinyah McCoy, 17, of North Charleston, as the first victim. McCoy was a passenger in the Honda that officials say was struck by another vehicle. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

There were two other passengers in the Honda at the time of the accident. Troopers say one was airlifted and one was transported by EMS. Their conditions have not been released.

The driver of the other vehicle, identified by the SCHP as Neil Longervean of Irmo, SC, was transported by EMS. His condition is also unknown at this time.

According to investigators, the Honda was traveling north on I-77 near mile marker 82 when it broke down in the second lane from the left. Longervean, who troopers say was also traveling north, hit them in the rear with his Dodge Ram pickup truck.

Officials say McCoy was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the collision and had to be extracted from the vehicle.

The SCHP is still investigating the accident. No other details have been released at this time.

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