UPDATE: The woman has been identified by Horry County Deputy Coroner Michelle McSpadden as Sue Cox, 86, of Myrtle Beach.
UPDATE No charges will be filed against the driver in the deadly crash into a Myrtle Beach medical building, according to police.
“Right now, based on the information we have and after consulting with the 15th circuit solicitor’s office, no charges will be filed against the driver,” Cpl. Tom Vest said on Friday.
The investigation is still ongoing. Count on News13 for updates.
UPDATE: According to Corporal Vest with Myrtle Beach Police Department, one person who was inside the building when the car crashed was killed.
This happened a little before noon. The crash is under investigation at this time.
UPDATE: Captain Evans with the Myrtle beach Fire Department has confirmed that at least four people were injured and transported to Grand Strand Medical, including the driver.
Corporal Tom Vest with the Myrtle Beach Police Department confirms the coroner’s office was called to the scene.
MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – Crews are responding to a vehicle wreck involving a building.
According to Captain Jonathan Evans with the Myrtle Beach Fire Department, the incident happened at a medical complex at 945 82nd Parkway. A few people are injured, however it is unclear how severe the injuries are and how the car struck the building.
Horry County Fire Rescue is assisting.
News13 has a crew on the scene. Count on us for updates.
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