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Mineral Springs Road open after fatal crash

All lanes are back open after a fatal crash shut down the road for hours.

LEXINGTON, S.C. — A major thoroughfare for the Town of Lexington is back open after being closed while police investigated a fatal collision. 

Lexington Police Department Collision Reconstruction officers have left the scene at the 2600 block of Mineral Springs Road with County of Lexington EMS and Fire Service and the Lexington County Coroner's Office.

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Local traffic can access residences up to Old Carrington Parkway from Sunset Boulevard. Drivers can also access residences up to Shoal Creek Drive from Mineral Springs Road at the traffic circle at Cromer Road.

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Lexington County School District One is aware and is making arrangements for bus riders who are dropped off in the area. Parents should expect to hear from the Transportation Department with updates.