• March 02, 2017

Donna McFadden Killed in North Charleston, SC, Pedestrian Accident

North Charleston, SC -- February 27, 2017, Donna McFadden was killed due to an accident where she was hit by a vehicle while crossing the street.

North Charleston authorities were called to the accident scene around 8:00 p.m. at the intersection of Rivers Avenue and Durant Street.

Their preliminary reports indicate that 57-year-old McFadden was attempting to cross eastbound lanes of Rivers when she crossed paths with an oncoming Toyota SUV. The vehicle struck McFadden onto the roadway, where she sustained critical injuries.

Emergency responders were called to the scene, and McFadden was transported to MUSC for treatment. She later died there.

Authorities did not say if any charges or citations resulted from the accident. They did not release any additional information regarding the crash.

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