South Carolina Hwy Patrol Looking for Vehicle Involved in Pedestrian Hit-and-Run
CALHOUN COUNTY, SC. – The South Carolina Highway Patrol is looking for a vehicle involved in a pedestrian hit-and-run collision in Calhoun County, South Carolina, according to an online news report from wistv.com. The pedestrian was seriously injured in the crash, and the vehicle fled the scene. Troopers are asking the public for help in making an arrest.*
The collision occurred on the afternoon of February 10 on Interstate 26 in Calhoun County. At approximately 3 p.m., a pedestrian was on I-26, near Big Beaver Creek Road, when an eastbound vehicle hit the pedestrian. The driver of the vehicle did not stop but continued east, leaving the scene of the accident.
The pedestrian suffered serious injuries, according to South Carolina Highway Patrol. Emergency responders transported the pedestrian to an unnamed hospital for treatment. The person has not been identified, and his or her current medical status has not been reported. It is not yet clear why the pedestrian was walking on the interstate.
South Carolina Highway Patrol Troopers have released a vehicle description, and they are asking for the public’s assistance in tracking down the vehicle and the driver. Troopers report that the vehicle is a large SUV, likely a GMC Yukon or Chevrolet Tahoe, from 2000 to 2006. It is white in color and might have damage to the front passenger’s side.
Troopers did not provide a description of the driver. Anyone who might have information is encouraged to call South Carolina Highway Patrol at (843) 953-6010 or (800) 768-1506. No further information has been released about the accident at this time.
Accident News is an archive of select accidents designed to alert and educate drivers, to help them avoid the most common causes of motor vehicle crashes. If you or a family member are injured in an accident, call Montlick & Associates 24/7 for your free consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or use our live chat at Montlick.com. For more information about Montlick & Associates’ award-winning public service programs click here.
* This blog is intended to provide the public with news concerning serious automobile accidents and related stories. Although we are receiving this information from news organizations, initial reports may be different from conclusions reached by law enforcement personnel and other organizations, upon further investigation. Therefore, the accuracy of the content is not guaranteed. The information published here is based on information that has already been reported by a news organization, or other sources, and we cannot and do not assume responsibility for its accuracy. The source that we utilized at the time is provided above. If this posting pertains to you or your family and you do not wish for it to be on our website, please email us at [email protected] and we will be happy to remove it, but when doing so, please include a link to the the article that you wish to be taken down.