ROCK HILL, S.C. (WBTV) - One person was killed in a crash that shut down a portion of Interstate 77 northbound in Rock Hill Monday morning.
The three-vehicle crash happened at 5:35 a.m. just past Dave Lyle Boulevard near Mile Marker 80. Troopers say the three vehicles were traveling northbound when they collided.
As a result of the collision one of the vehicles, a Mercury sedan, overturned and the driver was ejected. That driver was pronounced deceased at the scene.
The drivers of the other two vehicles, a Mazda and a Chevrolet SUV, were taken to Piedmont Medical Center. Officials have not given any details about the extent of their injuries.
No names have been released.
I-77 northbound was closed for some time following the wreck.
Troopers say the crash is still under investigation.