Shaina Summerall Death, Obituary – The South Carolina Highway Patrol has reported that a car struck a pedestrian on Tuesday evening. The incident took place in South Carolina. The pedestrian, sadly, did not make a full recovery from the injuries they received as a consequence of the collision and passed away on Wednesday as a result of their injuries. According to the report provided by the South Carolina Highway Patrol, the pedestrian did not make a full recovery from the injuries that they incurred as a result of the accident.
At around 9:20 p.m., a pedestrian was struck by a Toyota Camry as both the pedestrian and the Camry were traveling north on Fleming Street Extension at Exchange Drive, according to the state police. Both the person and the Camry were traveling in the same direction. Fleming Street Extension and Exchange Drive were both involved in the collision, which took place at that intersection. The Camry that the driver was operating hit the pedestrian, which ultimately resulted in the collision that took place after it.
The Highway Patrol reported that there were no reports of any injuries incurred by the driver of the vehicle as a consequence of the incident. This comes as a result of the fact that the vehicle was involved in the collision. Despite this, the individual who was engaged in the collision did not make it through the incident alive. They were pronounced dead at the scene of the collision after it was decided that they could not be saved from their injuries.
The information that was made available by the Laurens County Coroner’s Office reveals that the pedestrian was a lady named Shaina Summerall, and she was 33 years old when she died away. Her name was given as the pedestrian who was killed in the accident. There has been no halting of the investigation that the Highway Patrol is conducting into the crash that they are currently looking into.