News: Man crossing hwy fatally hit by pickup truck in Spartanburg Co.

CHEROKEE SPRINGS, SC (SPARTANBURG COUNTY) – A young man crossing the street was fatally struck by a pickup truck in Spartanburg County late last night, according to FOX Carolina.

The crash occurred at 11:07 p.m. on April 9, south of the community of Cherokee Springs, on Highway 221 near Mount Pleasant Road.

A young man was trying to cross the highway when he was struck by the driver of a pickup truck.

The victim, who has not yet been positively identified by authorities, died as a result.

It is unclear if the driver remained at the scene.

Authorities are asking those who may have witnessed the crash to come forward and help them identify the victim.

The accident remains under investigation.

The Evans Moore Law Firm is ready to help the victims of pedestrian accidents and their families in the aftermath of a collision. If you or a loved one have been hurt in a crash in the Palmetto State, contact the firm today at (843) 995-5000 to speak to one of our compassionate South Carolina pedestrian accident lawyers.


News: Police continue search for truck driver involved in hit-and-run

SUMTER, SC – Police continue their search this week to find the truck-driver who killed 23-year-old Rebecca Brown, reports WYFF.

According to Sumter Police, Brown was reported missing on March 17th and her body was reportedly found March 23rd on the side of Highway 15 near Palmetto Street in Sumter. The autopsy indicates Brown had been struck by a tractor-trailer, and surveillance footage shows the truck driving through the area of the accident. 

Police state that the vehicle involved is a white Freightliner Cascadia without a sleeper cab. 

The accident remains under investigation by the Sumter Police and South Carolina Highway Patrol.

If you have recently lost a loved one to a hit-and-run in South Carolina, the South Carolina car accident lawyers at Evans Moore, LLC can help you get the compensation you are owed. While money cannot restore your loss, it can help you secure the financial peace of mind that you deserve. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000 to get started.


News: Teenager killed in Anderson hit-and-run

ANDERSON, SC – 19-year-old Josephine Ann Nunn was killed in a hit-and-run accident on Highway 24 on Saturday night, reports WYFF.

The accident occurred in the 3900 block of Highway 24 at 10:12 PM on March 27th. Nunn’s car was struck by another vehicle and subsequently crashed into a concrete barrier on the highway. 

Nunn was trapped in the vehicle following the crash. She sadly died at the scene. 

Authorities believe that the other vehicle involved was an early 2000’s black or blue Dodge Ram 1500 truck. 

The Anderson County Coroner’s Office and South Carolina Highway Patrol continue to investigate the accident.

If you have recently lost a loved one to a hit-and-run in South Carolina, you and your family deserve justice — and compensation. The South Carolina car accident lawyers at Evans Moore, LLC can help you get that. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000 to get started.


News: Three killed in Ridgeland collision

RIDGELAND, SC – Three people were killed in a three-vehicle accident on Highway 17 Thursday morning, reports WSAV.

According to the Ridgeland Police Department, the accident took place at the intersection of Smith Crossing Road and Highway 17 at around 7:30 AM on March 25th. A pickup truck pulling a trailer had been traveling north on Highway 17 when it crossed over the center line and struck two cars traveling in the southbound lanes. 

The driver of the first vehicle struck was transported to the hospital. Their current condition remains unknown.

There were four people in the second struck vehicle. Two died at the scene of the accident. A third person died at a local hospital. The fourth person remains in treatment. 

The coroner’s office has yet to identify any victims.

The Ridgeland Police Department continues to investigate the accident. Charges are reportedly pending. 

If a loved one has been wrongfully killed in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, Evans Moore, LLC will be an advocate for you in this trying time. You deserve justice and compensation — and the South Carolina car accident lawyers can help you get that. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000.


News Update: Victim identified in Blythewood hit-and-run

BLYTHEWOOD, SC – Both the person killed and the trucker charged in the fatal hit-and-run in Blythewood last Thursday have been identified, reports WIS.

The accident previously reported on by Evans Moore, LLC took place on Langford Road around 7:00 AM on March 18th. The driver of a tractor-trailer, identified as 69-year-old Joseph Gaither, attempted to make a U-turn in the middle of the road and struck a 2001 Dodge truck. Gaither then fled the scene.

The driver of the Dodge was taken to the hospital where they later succumbed to their injuries. They have been identified as 68-year-old Stanley D. Fisher.

Gaither was charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death and remains in custody.

South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the accident. 

If a loved one has been wrongfully killed in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, Evans Moore, LLC will be an advocate for you in this trying time. You deserve justice – and compensation – and the South Carolina car accident lawyers can help you get that. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000.


News: 26-year-old man dead after being struck by train in Westminster

WESTMINSTER, SC (OCONEE COUNTY) – A 26-year-old man was killed after being struck by a train in Oconee County yesterday, according to FOX Carolina.

The accident happened on March 20 on North Avenue, near Earl Holcombe Street in the town of Westminster, when a 26-year-old man was reportedly walking along the railway.

He was struck by a train and died instantly. His cause of death was stated as multiple blunt force trauma.

The accident remains under investigation at this time.

If you or a loved one have been hurt in an accident involving a train or a commercial vehicle, contact the South Carolina personal injury lawyers today. The Evans Moore Law Firm can help you get justice while dealing with trucking and insurance companies. Contact the firm today at (843) 995-5000.


News: One person killed in fatal hit-and-run; trucker charged

COLUMBIA, SC – One person has died after a fatal two-vehicle collision Thursday morning, and a trucker has now been charged with fleeing the scene of the accident.

WLTX reports that the accident took place on Langford Road in Blythewood at around 7:00 AM on March 18th. The driver of a 2005 tractor trailer attempted to make a U-turn and struck a 2001 Dodge truck in the process. 

The driver of the Dodge was severely injured and transported to the hospital where they sadly succumbed to their injuries. The coroner’s office has not yet released their identity.

The driver of the tractor trailer-fled the scene, but was detained by police shortly afterwards. The trucker has been charged with leaving the scene of an accident involving death. 

South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the accident.

If a loved one has been wrongfully killed in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, Evans Moore, LLC will be an advocate for you in this trying time. You deserve justice – and compensation – and the South Carolina car accident lawyers can help you get that. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000.


News: Multi-vehicle crash on I 26 leaves one dead, one injured

BERKELEY CO., SC – All westbound lanes were shut down on I 26 Monday after a deadly accident involving at least six vehicles. 

WCSC reports that the accident occurred on I 26 near mile marker 187 on March 8th. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, the accident was initially caused by a Freightliner truck that rear-ended a Chevrolet Malibu. The Malibu subsequently crashed into a Ford Ranger that exited the roadway and overturned. A Nissan Altima, Peterbilt truck, and Ford Van were also struck in the process. 

The driver of the Chevrolet Malibu was pronounced dead at the scene. They have been identified as 46-year-old William Myers. The driver of the Ford Ranger was immediately transported to Trident Medical Center. Their identity and condition remains unknown.

Everyone involved had been wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash.

The Berkeley County Coroner’s Office and South Carolina Highway Patrol continue to investigate the accident.

If you have lost a loved one to a car accident caused by someone else’s negligence, you deserve justice – and compensation. The compassionate South Carolina car accident lawyers at Evans Moore, LLC have experience helping people like you get compensation for medical bills and other related expenses. Contact us today at (843) 995-5000.


News Update: Victim identified, driver charged in fatal S.C. 707 crash

HORRY CO., SC – The motorcyclist killed in Wednesday’s three-vehicle crash has been identified as Horry County Sheriff’s Officer Richard DeJesus, reports ABC 15

The accident previously reported on by Evans Moore, LLC took place on February 24th and involved two motorcycles and an SUV. The two motorcycles had been traveling north on S.C. 707 when they struck an SUV that was attempting to cross the highway. 

Officer DeJesus succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the accident. The second motorcyclist was severely injured and immediately transported to a local hospital. There is no update yet on their condition. 

The driver of the SUV had been wearing a seatbelt and was uninjured. According to South Carolina Highway Patrol, they have been charged with failure to yield to the right of way. 

South Carolina Highway Patrol continues to investigate the accident.

If you’ve lost a loved one because of another person’s negligence, you deserve justice — and financial compensation for your related expenses. Find out how the South Carolina wrongful death lawyers of Evans Moore, LLC can help, during a free consultation appointment. Contact us by phone at (843) 995-5000.


News: One person dies in Florence house fire

FLORENCE CO., SC – One person has died after being trapped inside a home that caught fire Wednesday morning, reports WBTW

Howe Springs Fire Rescue received the emergency call at 6:35 AM on February 24th and responded to the fire reported in the 3000 block of East Effingham Highway. Emergency crews were able to contain the fire within 15 minutes and discovered one person trapped in a bedroom.

The trapped victim had sustained serious injuries and died at the scene of the fire. The coroner’s office has yet to release their identity. 

Officials request that all community members ensure that they have working smoke alarms in their homes and reach out to the fire department for help if needed. 

Effingham Highway was temporarily closed, but has since reopened.

If you’ve lost a loved one because of another person’s negligence, you deserve justice — and financial compensation for your related expenses. Find out how the South Carolina wrongful death lawyers of Evans Moore, LLC can help, during a free consultation appointment. Contact us by phone at (843) 995-5000.


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