Tulsa County’s Golf Director Patrick McCrate Passes at 56

A devastating incident occurred on Thursday evening in Dillon County, resulting in a fatal collision on South Carolina State Highway 38.

The crash, which took place close to Camp Road, just south of Latta around 6:20 p.m., claimed the life of one individual.

Tulsa County Golf Director Patrick McCrate dies at 56:

Details of the Accident

According to SCHP Master Trooper Mitchell Ridgeway, the collision involved a log truck that was reportedly disabled in the eastbound lane.

A 2020 Jeep traveling in the same direction rear-ended the stationary log truck. Remarkably, the driver of the log truck emerged unharmed from the crash.

Tragically, emergency medical services transported the Jeep’s driver to the hospital, while the passenger succumbed to injuries at the crash site. As of now, authorities have not released the identity of the deceased passenger.

Sorrow in Tulsa County as Golf Leader Passes Away

Tulsa County is mourning the unexpected passing of Pat McCrate, a prominent figure who led the county’s golf program for 22 years.

McCrate’s efforts significantly impacted golf in the region, garnering deep respect and admiration.

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Condolences and Tributes

Tulsa County District 2 Commissioner Karen Keith expressed deep sympathy, highlighting the profound loss felt by the entire golfing community and Tulsa County.

Former Tulsa County Parks Director Richard Bales praised McCrate’s dedication, emphasizing his tireless work to enhance the golfing experience for all players.

Additionally, Villanueva acknowledged McCrate’s enduring legacy and immeasurable contributions to the Tulsa County community, ensuring his memory lives on in the hearts of those he influenced.

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