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Woman Struck, Killed In Greenville Wreck; Suspect Arrested

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A woman is dead after she was hit by a vehicle while walking along a busy road in Greenville. A woman is dead after she was hit by a vehicle while walking along a busy road in Greenville.

A woman is dead after she was hit while walking along a busy road in Greenville.

Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans said that the 43-year old Melissa McFalls of Greenville, was struck by a vehicle or vehicles at 7:45 p.m. Thursday night near 417 Rutherford Street.

The woman was transported to Greenville Memorial Hospital where she was pronounced dead at 8:24 PM.

Greenville Police have arrested 27-year-old Elizabeth Ann Abele and charged her with Hit and Run Involving Death.

They say witness information about the vehicle enabled police to find it shortly after the incident.

Police say the pedestrian stepped off the curb in front of the vehicle. They say she was not in the crosswalk when hit.

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