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Pedestrian Tragically Dies in Accident on August Road in Greenville, South Carolina

September 22, 2019

GREENVILLE, SC – According to an online news report at, a pedestrian who was “standing in the roadway” on August Road in Greenville, South Carolina was hit and killed over the weekend, per the South Carolina Highway Patrol and the local coroner. This is the third pedestrian to die in traffic accidents in just about 24 hours.*

The incident happened on Augusta Road close to Garrison Road in the nighttime hours, per the South Carolina Highway Patrol. A Volkswagen sports utility vehicle was headed northbound on Augusta Road and struck a pedestrian who was “standing in the roadway,” per law enforcement.  The pedestrian has not been identified at this time.  The driver did not sustain any injuries, and charges are not expected to be filed against him or her.

A 38-year-old male from Gaffney, South Carolina was hit by a commercial vehicle and tragically died late last week.  Another individual, a woman from Greenville, South Carolina was hit by a passenger vehicle in the early morning hours while walking on Wade Hampton Boulevard.  

There are no further details on the accident at this time.  The crash remains under investigation by the local police.  

Over the past six years, accidents on South Carolina roadways have caused the death of over 900 individuals, making the roads of the state as among the deadliest in the country.   According to a report by the Governors Highway Safety Administration, South Carolina was ranked as having the country’s sixth highest pedestrian death rate per 100,000 citizens.  In the United States, there were 6,227 pedestrian fatalities last year, which represents the highest amount in about 30 years.

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