According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, one person was killed after an SUV ran off of a Midlands road and flipped on its side.According to Kershaw County Coroner David West, Rosie Lynn Perdue was the driver who died in Tuesday's wreckage. West reported Wednesday that the 47-year old Kershaw resident died on the spot.According to Lance Cpl. Highway Patrol's Tyler Tidwell. It is located near Kershaw's intersection with U.S. 521 & Gold Mine Highway.According to Tidwell, a 2000 Nissan Xterra was headed north when the SUV went off road to the left. Perdue miscalculated and the Nissana crossed the road and went right-sideways, Tidwell stated. It then hit a ditch and flipped backwards.According to Tidwell, Perdue wasn't wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected.Tidwell stated that a passenger in the Nissan wasn't hurt in the accident. It was not known if the passenger was wearing an appropriate seat belt.Highway Patrol reported no other injuries.Highway Patrol and the Coroner's Office are still investigating the accident.According to data from the state Department of Public Safety, 492 people died in South Carolina on roads between Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday. DPS reported that 338 of those killed had access to seatbelts while 169 did not.Kershaw County crash victims include at least 11 people. Eight of those deaths were caused by seat belts, according to DPS.This is still a developing story. Keep checking back for more updates.