• February 01, 2022

Melissa Robinson Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Greenville County, SC

Greenville County, SC -- January 31, 2022, Melissa Robinson was killed due to an accident where an 18-wheeler hit Robinson along the interstate,.

Investigators responded to the area of mile marker 23 along southbound I-385 at around 8:12 p.m.

Officials said that 38-year-old Melissa Robinson was walking at the time. In a series of events currently unclear, an 18-wheeler hit Robinson, causing fatal injuries.

Authorities have not given additional details about the accident at this time. Investigations are ongoing.

Commentary on Melissa Robinson 18-wheeler Accident in Greenville County

Melissa Robinson 18-wheeler Accident Greenville County, SC

It's not really clear what happened here, though folks may think that a pedestrian on the interstate is automatically responsible for an accident like this. But what really happened here? It's not even clear where exactly the victim was or what she was doing. There's a big difference, for example, between someone crossing main lanes of an interstate and someone standing next to their well-lit, disabled vehicle on the shoulder. The law is nuanced enough that someone is not automatically responsible just for being in a dangerous place. It's important to consider what they were doing, where they were, and how reasonably avoidable they were. Answering these questions should be the priority for investigators right now.


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