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KCC hears sobering traffic enforcement report
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Kershaw County Sheriffs Office (KCSO) Lt. Scott Myer delivers a traffic enforcement report Tuesday to Kershaw County Council. Myer said the KCSO plans to focus on secondary roads since nine or 10 of this years 18 traffic fatalities have happened in 45 mph or lower speed zones. Chairman Julian Burns asked Myer to make the presentation following Mondays death of Camden High School football player Sterling Felder from injuries suffered in a Nov. 13 collision on U.S. 1 in Lugoff. - photo by Martin L. Cahn
Tuesday evening, Kershaw County Council heard what Chairman Julian Burns called a “sobering” report on traffic enforcement efforts by the Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO). KCSO Lt. Scott Myers, supervisor of the KCSO’s traffic unit, made the report to council in the wake of Camden High School (CHS) football player Sterling Felder’s death. Felder died Monday morning from injuries suffered in a Nov. 13 traffic collision on U.S. 1 in Lugoff.

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