This news is to promote awareness around the dangers of motor vehicle accidents in the states of North Carolina and South Carolina. Our team at The Law Offices of Jason E.Taylor has represented thousands of clients who have been the victims of other’s negligence while operating motor vehicles. We deeply understand the profound impacts these accidents can have on so many families and loved ones.
A hit-and-run along I-26 killed a South Carolina woman on Christmas. The incident occurred at approximately 12:30 a.m. on December 25 along a portion of I-26 East in Henderson County. The situation began when the victim ran over a small traffic cone in her vehicle, and it became lodged under her car.
The woman then stopped in the right lane and tried to get out to dislodge it, but when she tried to get out of the car, she fell. Someone stopped and tried to help the woman move her car over to the shoulder of the highway. However, they reported that as they were moving the car, a semi-truck hit and killed the woman. They didn’t stop driving after striking the woman.
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene. They identified her as Pamela Alexander from Whitmire, SC. Troopers are currently searching for the driver of the semi-truck. They described the vehicle as a white semi-truck without a trailer that likely has extensive front-end damage and most of its bumper missing.
At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, our hearts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and loved ones of Pamela who suffered this tragic loss of life. We share our condolences for this devastating pedestrian accident.
Should you or someone you know find yourself injured as a victim of someone else’s negligence in an accident, our firm offers free consultations to help guide you through the process so you can focus on your mental and physical recovery. Contact us at 1-800-351-3008.
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