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‘Fighting for his life’: Upstate guy still on life support following hit and run

An Upstate man is fighting for his life after a hit and run at Fountain Inn Saturday night. Authorities are requesting the public’s aid to get the suspect involved.Fountain Inn Police say Harold Harrison, 20, was hit by a truck on McCarter Road near North Nelson Drive between 11 p.m. and midnight Saturday.The truck, believed to be a 2017 or 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, left the scene, police said. Officers said the truck should have damage to the front-end, grill and hood.“I just can’t imagine what he’s thinking or what he’s going through,” Harrison’s fiance Samantha Darby said. Harrison’s family states he is still in the hospital on life support with serious injuries. They’re begging for answers about what happened. “I didn’t know whether to believe it or not,” Harrison’s brother Michael Harrison said.Harrison says he’s still trying to process what happened to his brother.Darby says she and Harrison were at a family birthday party Saturday night. She says Harrison left early to take a walk.“He had already left at 11,” she said. “He texted me at 11:30 telling me he loved me. When I got home, I was expecting for him to be there.” Darby says she got home later and Harrison wasn’t there. Later on, she says she got a call about what happened. “What kind of monster just leaves somebody on the side of the road to die, like they meant nothing when there was a father and a husband laying there that y’all left out there in the middle of the night like that,” Darby said.Harrison’s brother says they’re praying he wakes up because he’s still on life support. He says he was able to FaceTime his mother from the hospital earlier this week while she was visiting her son. “They said there’s no way it was a regular hit and run,” Harrison said. “They said that somebody had to brutally beat him before throwing him on the side of the road.”If you have any information, please contact the Fountain Inn Police Department. you can also submit a tip anonymously at 864-862-4461 or Detective James Paris at 864-505-2486, or Crime Stoppers at 23-Crime (232-7463).

FOUNTAIN INN, S.C. —

An Upstate man is fighting for his life after a hit and run in Fountain Inn Saturday night. Police are asking for the public’s help to find the suspect involved.

Fountain Inn Police say Harold Harrison, 20, was hit by a truck on McCarter Road near North Nelson Drive between 11 midnight and Saturdays Saturday.

The truck, considered to be a 2017 or 2018 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD, left the scene, authorities said. Officers said the truck must have damage to the front end, hood and grill.

“I just can’t imagine what he’s thinking or what he’s going through,” Harrison’s fiance Samantha Darby said.

Harrison’s family says he is still in the hospital on life support with serious injuries. They’re begging for answers about what happened.

“I didn’t know whether to believe it or not,” Harrison’s brother Michael Harrison said.

Harrison says he is still trying to process what happened to his brother.

Darby says she and Harrison were at a family birthday party Saturday night. She says Harrison left early to take a walk.

“He had already left at 11,” she said. “He texted me at 11:30 telling me he loved me. When I got home, I was expecting for him to be there.”

Darby says she got home later and Harrison wasn’t there. Later on, she says she got a call about what happened.

“What kind of monster just leaves somebody on the side of the road to die, like they meant nothing when there was a father and a husband laying there that y’all left out there in the middle of the night like that,” Darby said.

Harrison’s brother says they’re praying he wakes up because he is still on life support. He says that he was able to FaceTime his mother from the hospital earlier this week while she was visiting her son.

“They said there’s no way it was a regular hit and run,” Harrison said. “They said that somebody had to brutally beat him before throwing him on the side of the road.”

If you have any information, please contact the Fountain Inn Police Department. you can also submit a tip anonymously in 864-862-4461 or Detective James Paris in 864-505-2486, or Crime Stoppers at 23-Crime (232-7463).

https://www.wyff4.com/article/authorities-still-searching-for-suspect-in-fountain-inn-hit-and-run/36478737

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