Alex Nassyrov Death, Obituary – According to the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office, a collision that took place on Thursday afternoon close to Clements Ferry Road resulted in the death of a child who was 7 years old. The tragedy took place in that area.
The child’s official cause of death was determined to be death at the scene of the accident. According to the South Carolina Highway Patrol, two vehicles, a Toyota van and a Ford truck, were both traveling in the same direction when they collided on Clements Ferry Road, close to Jack Primus Road.
The collision caused serious injuries to the driver of the Toyota van. The accident took place as a result of the collision between the two automobiles. The two vehicles were heading in the same direction, which was south. Nonetheless, three people in the van sustained injuries as a result of the collision and were sent to the hospital for treatment.
The accident did not result in any injuries to either of the drivers. One later died. According to new information gleaned from the investigation, the victim turned out to be a young boy from Charleston with the name Alex Nassyrov. Alex was 7 years old at the time of his death.
At the time of the collision that took place, Nassyrov was wearing a seatbelt, as was determined by the conclusions of the investigation that was carried out by the Coroner Darnell Hartwell. Both the Berkeley County Coroner’s Office and the South Carolina Highway Patrol are currently collaborating on the inquiry in order to bring it to a successful conclusion.