Woman Dies After Hit by Two Vehicles in Greenville, North Carolina

March 02, 2019

GREENVILLE, NC. – According to two news stories posted online at wnct.com and witn.com, a woman died after being hit by two vehicles in Greenville, North Carolina. The news reports both indicate that a third vehicle almost struck the woman, as well. The drivers all reportedly stayed at the scene and have been working with police.* 

The accident occurred at approximately 10:45 p.m. on Saturday, February 23, on Hooker Road in Greenville. The Greenville Police Department states that a pedestrian was walking in the inside lane of southbound Hooker Road, near Horseshoe Drive. A passing 2006 Mitsubishi then hit the pedestrian, after which a 2011 Chevrolet Impala also hit her, according to police officers. 

Officers told reporters that a third vehicle of unknown make and model then came close to hitting the pedestrian, as well. The drivers of these vehicles stopped after the accident and remained at the scene. Police said they have all been cooperating with the accident investigation. The driver of the Mitsubishi was identified as a male, and the driver of the Chevrolet was identified as a female. 

The news reports and the Greenville Police Department state that the pedestrian suffered fatal injuries in the collisions and was pronounced dead at the scene. She has been identified as a 48-year-old woman from Greenville.

The cause of the collisions was not reported. Both WNCT and WITN reported that no charges had been filed against any of the drivers at this time. The investigation into the accident is still ongoing, and neither news outlet released further information at the time of publishing. 

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