Returning home from their choir practice, 20-year-old Josh Glover, 16-year-old Jerrell Joe, and 11-year-old Alexandre Thompson Void were killed four miles north of Elloree, South Carolina when the vehicle in which they were riding went off the road and flipped over. This points out how a serious car accident can happen in the blink of an eye. The three youngsters were sitting in the back seat of the vehicle and were thrown from the car, according to Calhoun County Coroner Donnie Porth. Two males were in the front of the car were injured, but survived the crash. All were en route to their homes from Union AME Church in Elloree, choir practice had just ended before the crash took place, around 8:30 p.m.
Charleston auto accident lawyers recognize incidents like this are a harsh reality of driving and encourage South Carolina drivers to always wear seat belts, obey posted traffic signals, and always be mindful of surrounding cars to prevent unfortunate cases where young people are subjected to potential wrongful death and fatal auto accidents.