One person was killed in a crash Friday afternoon on Heckle Boulevard in Rock Hill.
The crash happened just before 1:00 p.m. north of the intersection of South Cherry Road, said Capt. Mark Bollinger of the Rock Hill Police Department.
The driver of a 2014 Toyota Camry died at the scene after a collision with a plumbing company box truck, an incident report shows. The passenger in the Camry had life-threatening injuries, the report shows.
The passenger was taken to Piedmont Medical Center in Rock Hill then to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, police said.
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The identity of the person who died has not yet been released by the York County Coroner's Office.
The driver and passenger in the box truck were not injured, Bollinger said.
The site is just north of Cherry Road near the QuikTrip convenient store and in front of the county complex with York County Coroner's Office, passport office and Department of Social Services. Heckle Boulevard was closed for about three hours as the Serious Traffic Accident Reconstruction team of the police department investigated.
Police released an incident report Friday that stated the Camry was making a left turn onto southbound Heckle Boulevard out of the QuikTrip store parking lot when the Camry collided with truck that was traveling northbound on Heckle Boulevard, police said.
The Camry failed to yield the right of way to the truck, the incident report states.
All four individuals were wearing seat belts, the report says.
Police said no charges were pending.
The crash happened close to a same stretch of Heckle Boulevard where a woman was killed in a fatal crash involving three vehicles in January.