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Victim Identified In Greenville Fatal Hit And Run

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A man is dead Sunday morning after being struck by two vehicles on Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville. A man is dead Sunday morning after being struck by two vehicles on Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - A man is dead Sunday morning after being struck by two vehicles on Sulphur Springs Road in Greenville.

The Greenville County Coroner's Office says Ricky Terrence Stevens, 45, of Greenville died after being involved in a vehicle accident late Saturday night.  

State Trooper Bill Rhyne says that while Stevens was riding his moped without a helmet Saturday night, he was struck by an unidentified vehicle just after 10:30 p.m.

As a result of the collision, Stevens was thrown from his vehicle and hit by a second unidentified vehicle on Sulphur Springs Road near a Goodwill store said Rhyne.

Stevens was pronounced dead on the scene and a cause of death is pending an autopsy scheduled for Monday.    

If you have any knowledge of the fatal hit and run you are being encouraged to give police a call.

There are no suspects are in custody at this time.

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