Myrtle Beach Police are working a fatal crash between a vehicle and a motorcycle at 21st Avenue North and Oak Street.
Police are asking for motorists to avoid the area, which is blocked off and officials are diverting traffic.
According to Lt. Joey Crosby, the driver of the motorcycle died. The wreck happened around 7:45 p.m.
Multiple people have been transported to the hospital, he said.
One car was still in the middle of the road as of 8:30 p.m. It appears there may have been a fire. Mayor John Rhodes and Interim Police Chief Amy Prock were observing at the scene.
Rhonda Evans said she was in the parking lot of the Rockin’ Jump on Oak Street where her children were playing when she heard the accident. She said she saw flames at the intersection.
Evans ran towards the accident, where she pulled a woman out of the road, she said.
“Her face was like pulled back, open,” said Evans, who is an X-ray technician.
The woman was a passenger in the car involved in the accident, and she was taken away via ambulance, she said.
Evans said other people at the scene attempted to give the male driver of the motorcycle CPR before a Myrtle Beach Police officer arrived and took over.
Anyone who may have information regarding this collision is urged to call the Myrtle Beach Police Department at 843-918-1382.