A bicyclist rides Nov. 4, 2013, past a ditch preventing access to a town bike path on South Forest Beach Drive. Pedestrians have to walk next to the ditch or on the blind curve by the Sea Pines ocean gate until they can reach a marked crosswalk to the bike path. Some Hilton Head Island homeowners have renewed calls for safer crossings along South Forest Beach Drive in light of a Nov. 3 fatal hit-and-run.
A bicyclist rides Nov. 4, 2013, past a ditch preventing access to a town bike path on South Forest Beach Drive. Pedestrians have to walk next to the ditch or on the blind curve by the Sea Pines ocean gate until they can reach a marked crosswalk to the bike path. Some Hilton Head Island homeowners have renewed calls for safer crossings along South Forest Beach Drive in light of a Nov. 3 fatal hit-and-run. Staff photo
A bicyclist rides Nov. 4, 2013, past a ditch preventing access to a town bike path on South Forest Beach Drive. Pedestrians have to walk next to the ditch or on the blind curve by the Sea Pines ocean gate until they can reach a marked crosswalk to the bike path. Some Hilton Head Island homeowners have renewed calls for safer crossings along South Forest Beach Drive in light of a Nov. 3 fatal hit-and-run. Staff photo

Crime & Public Safety

Hilton Head Island residents ask DOT to improve roadway in light of fatal hit-and-run

November 04, 2013 7:24 PM

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