Maryland woman killed after car ‘disregarded a stop sign’ causing Dillon County crash


DILLON COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) – A Maryland woman has been identified as the victim of Sunday’s deadly crash Highway 34 in Dillon County.

Sumiya Khan Shorna, 30, of Belcamp, Maryland, died in the crash, according to Coroner Donnie Grimsley.

LCpl. Tyler Tidwell with SCHP tells News13, it happened about 2:30 Sunday afternoon at Harllees Bridge Road outside of Dillon.

The driver of a Nissan was traveling east on Highway 34 when a 2021 Volkswagon Atlas traveling south on Harley’s Bridge Road ‘disregarded a stop sign’ and was hit on the passenger side.

Two people in the Volkswagon were not wearing seat belts. One died after being ejected from the car.

The driver of the Nissan and two passengers were taken to McLeod Health in Dillon for injuries.

No other details are available. Count on News13 for updates.

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