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Greenville County Man Hit And Killed In Front Of Home

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A Greenville County man is dead Monday night after being hit by an SUV in front of his home. A Greenville County man is dead Monday night after being hit by an SUV in front of his home.
GREENVILLE, S.C. - A Greenville County man is dead Monday night after being hit by an SUV in front of his home.

According to Greenville County Coroner, B. Parks Evans Jr., Phillip Gregory Kelly, 32, of Travelers Rest, was struck by a 2001 Chevy Blazer while walking in front of his home on the 300 block of Mush Creek Road.

Kelly was standing along the south bound portion of Mush Creek Road directing another vehicle out of the driveway when the SUV collided into Kelly stated Evans. 

Kelly was pronounced on the scene.

The accident remains under investigation by the South Carolina Highway Patrol and Greenville County Coroner’s Office at this time. 

You can expect 7 On Your Side to have the latest in details as they become available.

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