Deputy injured in car accident in Bennettsville

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    MARLBORO COUNTY, S.C. — A car wreck in Bennettsville Tuesday afternoon left a deputy injured, ABC 15 reports. 

    According to Lt. Trevor Murphy of the Marlboro County Sheriff’s Office, a deputy suffered minor injuries after he was involved in a car accident on Marlboro Street. 

    A car allegedly ran a stop sign and then t-boned the deputy’s vehicle, Murphy said.

    South Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

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