SC teen killed moving deer from road

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GILBERT, S.C. — A Lexington County teen has been struck and killed by a car as he tried to remove an injured deer from the road.

Seventeen-year-old William Patrick Corley of Gilbert died when he was hit about 8:30 p.m. Saturday.

The coroner’s office says Corley had parked by the road and was helping move the deer when he was struck.

The driver of the car was not hurt. No charges have been filed.

The Highway Patrol and the coroner’s office are still investigating the death.

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meginlea 02/06/12 - 09:40 am
So sad that someone was

So sad that someone was killed while trying to be helpful and do something kind. :(

stillamazed 02/06/12 - 02:37 pm
What is going on? Do people

What is going on? Do people no longer pay attention to their surroundings when driving anymore? Prayers to this young mans family.

Swampman 02/06/12 - 04:48 pm
Accidents happen. No charges

Accidents happen. No charges were filed by the investigating officer & I'm sure the driver is devastated. My heart goes out to everyone.

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