Investigation continues in Grovetown hit-and-run, death ruled accidental

GROVETOWN, Ga. (WJBF) – Grovetown investigators are continuing to look for the suspect in a hit and run that killed a pedestrian over the weekend.

Scott Matthews died Sunday night after he was hit by a car along Whiskey Road early Saturday morning.

Tuesday, the city put up a speed limit sign of 25 miles-per-hour at the entrance to the road.

Matthews’ family tells NewsChannel 6 that speeding has been a problem in that area, and they’ve been asking for a change to slow down drivers.

The coroner has stated that Matthews’ death was ruled accidental.

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