News: Moped driver killed in hit-and-run, woman charged
SALUDA CO., SC – A woman has been arrested and charged after a hit-and-run accident left a moped driver dead Sunday night, reports WSAV.
According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident took place on U.S. 1 near Topaz Road around 10:30 PM on June 6th. The driver of a Dodge Caravan, 27-year-old Amanda Sandin, struck the moped from behind, causing the moped driver to run off the side of the road.
The moped driver, who had reportedly been wearing a helmet, sadly died at the scene. The coroner’s office has yet to identify the victim.
Sandin fled the scene, but proceeded to turn herself in three hours later. She was then charged with leaving the scene of a collision involving death.
South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the fatal accident.
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