Fatal stretch of U.S. 21, ‘the forgotten road,’ gets little DOT attention

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Brian Garner
Landmark News Service

FORT LAWN – Fire Chief Allen Culp calls the 3-mile stretch of U.S. 21 north of Fort Lawn “the forgotten road.”
The March 11 logging-truck wreck that killed an Indian Land motorcyclist at that location has once again brought attention to a highway that needs a desperate fix.
“Considering this is a United States highway, you would think that the federal government or the state government would have some way to repair it,” Culp said.

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