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Man Kills a Toddler in Hit-And-Run Accident

November 29, 2019

A hit-and-run accident occurred on Sunday in Laurens County that killed one and injured two others. Man kills a toddler in the hit-and-run accident.

The victim of the fatal accident is a seventeen-month-old toddler Ayvah Samuel.

South Carolina Highway Patrol informed that thirty-year-old Adrian Daniel Brown was driving a 1966 Dodge pickup. He was stirring the vehicle west on Bellview Church Road around 6 p.m.

The driver struck three pedestrians, troopers inform. All three pedestrians were transported to Laurens Hospital via EMS. Unfortunately, seventeen-month-old Ayvah passed during transportation.

The other two pedestrians who were injured were a fifteen-year-old minor and a twenty-year-old woman.

Brown was charged with two counts of leaving the scene of an injury, leaving the scene of a death, and for driving under suspension.

If you are involved in a car accident in South Carolina (Camden or anywhere in Kershaw County), you perhaps are not sure what to do first.

The first thing to do is check if you (and your passengers) are injured. If anyone is hurt, make sure you call the emergency services.

Police will arrive on the scene. If you feel well (no injuries), make sure you call a car accident attorney as fast as possible. You won’t know the entire legal process, and that is all right; let your attorney do these things for you. Reaching out to an attorney soon after an accident is important because it allows the lawyer to get all the information related to the accident.

Remember that there are time limits when it comes to auto accident claims in South Carolina. The law requires plaintiffs to file suit within a certain amount of time. Your car accident attorney will know all about this; you have no time to waste. Call us if you were involved in such a case and let us guide you.

Source: https://www.foxcarolina.com/news/troopers-toddler-killed-two-others-injured-in-laurens-county-hit/article_a73d74d6-09ad-11ea-84cf-d3323cf44c10.html