Coroner identifies driver killed in single-car wreck - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina

Coroner identifies driver killed in single-car wreck

COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Columbia police say a teenage driver was killed in a single-car accident early Tuesday morning on Two Notch Road.

Interim Columbia Police Chief Randy Scott said the wreck happened around 3:20am near the intersection with Beltline.

Hakeen Quinjay Huff, 19, of Columbia, was driving a Chevrolet Monte Carlo south on Two Notch Road when the car veered from the inside lane across the outside lane and hit the curb. Scott said the car then slid sideways, struck a light pole on the driver's side, became airborne, and hit a metal fence and a concrete pillar coming to a final rest.  

Huff was pronounced dead at the scene by the Richland County Coroner's Office. The wreck is still under investigation.

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