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Fleeing suspects, others injured in Camden collision
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Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan (far left, on hill) confers with his deputies and Richland County investigators at the scene of a collision that took place around 6:55 a.m. Monday at the intersection of Broad and Hampton streets in downtown Camden. Boan said the collision was caused by two male suspects who had fled during a high speed chase involving the S.C. Highway Patrol a short time earlier on I-20. - photo by Martin L. Cahn/C-I
Two as yet unidentified men fleeing from law enforcement caused a collision in downtown Camden early Monday morning. A helicopter flew the suspect who was driving the offending vehicle -- identified as a Dodge Charger -- to a Richland County hospital. An ambulance transported the suspect passenger to the same hospital, according to Kershaw County Sheriff Lee Boan.

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