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Police: Lane of I-385 reopens after investigators snap photos

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One lane was closed on I-385 (FOX Carolina/ June 7, 2017) One lane was closed on I-385 (FOX Carolina/ June 7, 2017)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Greenville police said the right lane of I-385 South were closed for a few hours Wednesday while the traffic reconstruction team continued its investigation into the deadly crash on June 3 that claimed two lives.

Police said two vehicles were stopped behind a tractor trailer during construction when another tractor trailer approached from behind, and crashed into the vehicles. A pickup truck was thrown down an embankment and a car was wedged beneath the stopped tractor trailer. Two people in the car, the driver, 40-year-old Dorothy Michelle Carroll, and the front seat passenger, 50-year-old Jesse Robert Carroll, both from Greenville, were killed in the crash

The reconstruction team was out taking pictures Wednesday morning. The work began around 9 a.m. and right lane was closed.

The lane reopened just before noon.

PREVIOUSLY: Coroner IDs 2 killed after tractor-trailer slammed into stopped vehicles on I-385

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