Janice Brooks Obituary, Death- A tragic tragedy was caused by a car accident that took place on Saturday evening and involved the vehicle being involved in a collision with a tree. The accident took place as a result of the collision between the vehicle and the tree.
The individual who was operating the vehicle at the time of the collision was the one who perished as a result of the incident. The chief deputy coroner for Orangeburg County, Sean D. Fogle, who investigated the death of Janice Brooks, 59, of Braelin Court in Gaston, South Carolina, came to the opinion that she died as a result of serious blunt force injuries sustained in the car collision. He got to this judgment after conducting an investigation into the death of Janice Brooks.
As a result of the findings of the inquiry that he had carried out, he arrived at this conclusion. These wounds are a direct result of the vehicle accident that occurred earlier in the day. According to a statement released by Master Trooper Brandon Bolt of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the event took place around 8:40 p.m. on United States Highway 321, approximately five miles north of Orangeburg.
When the incident took place, Brooks was traveling in a northerly direction on his journey; this was the path that he was taking at the time. She was behind the wheel of her 2006 Chrysler 300 when all of a sudden it veered to the left, collided with a tree, and then came to a complete halt. During the time of the collision, she was operating the vehicle as the driver.
Because there was no one else in the automobile but the driver, he had to complete all of the tasks by himself. There was no one else in the vehicle with him. The South Carolina Highway Patrol will, for the foreseeable future, continue their investigation into the crash as part of their overall inquiry into the incident.