Columbia Hit-and-Run Victim Identified, Reports Standeffer & Harbin


(, August 10, 2013 ) GREENVILE, S.C. — A Columbia woman has been identified as the victim of a hit-and-run accident in Columbia, the Coroner’s Office reported to WISTV Channel 10 recently.

56-year-old Diane Scott was walking along Hardscrabble Road around 10 p.m. the night of August 6 when a pickup truck hit her. The driver, 27-year-old Tres Reep, fled the scene, leaving Scott to die from her injuries. Three hours later, Reep was identified and taken into custody.

The cause of Reep’s negligence has not yet been identified, but at the time of the report the Highway Patrol’s Multi-Disciplinary Accident Investigation Team is actively seeking more information regarding the details of the case.

The law firm of Standeffer & Harbin believes that the reckless actions of South Carolina hit-and-run drivers should not be overlooked, and Scott may very well have lived if Reep had not fled the scene.

If you or a loved one has experienced injury or wrongful death because of the negligent behavior of a hit-and-run driver, you may have a claim for personal injury because of the pain, suffering and mental anguish that were inflicted upon you by their thoughtless actions.

Contact Standeffer & Harbin for a free review of any personal injury case at (800) 671-1158.

About Standeffer & Harbin

Standeffer & Harbin is committed to helping all those who have been injured by the actions or negligence of another person or entity. The personal injury law firm based in Anderson, South Carolina handles a variety of different claims including criminal law, auto accidents, defective products, dram shop liability, drunk driving and dui, medical malpractice, motorcycle accidents, nursing home abuse, personal injury, slip and fall, social security disability, truck accidents, workers compensation and wrongful death.

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