Clemson sophomore defensive tackle Carlos Watkins was involved in an auto accident near his home in Forest City, N.C., Saturday. He was taken to a local hospital for observation and was held over night.
Initial reports are that he is free of any serious injury.
Though Watkins appears to be okay, The Clemson Insider has learned there was a fatality in the accident. We will have more on this accident as it becomes available.
Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney will address the accident when he speaks with the media at 6 p.m. Sunday in his weekly teleconference.
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