Troopers say an Upstate driver was killed in a fiery crash late Saturday after striking two trees.

They say the collision came in at 10:30 p.m. on Masters Blvd at Michelin Blvd in Anderson.

Troopers say the 32-year-old driver from Anderson was traveling south on Masters Blvd when the driver ran off the right side of the road and struck two trees. The driver succumbed to injuries sustained in the collision on scene.

The coroner identified the driver as 32-year-old Kenneth Bishon Glenn. He said after Glenn struck the two trees his car burst into flames and burned both him and his vehicle.

The coroner said speed and the weather were factors in the collision. He also said there was a dog in the roadway that also may have played a factor in the crash. The dog received traumatic injuries and was killed.

An autopsy has been scheduled for Monday.

Troopers say they do not know if the driver was wearing a seat belt.

No charges were filed.

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