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Madison woman dies in hit-and-run
Courier Staff Report
Monday, June 09, 2014 11:00 AM
Tina Harrod and her son Skyler (Facebook photo)
Police say a Madison woman was killed in an apparent hit-and-run early Sunday morning.
Tina R. Harrod, 46, was walking on the 2300 block of Wilson Avenue toward her nearby home when she was struck by a passing vehicle that fled the scene, according to a Madison Police Department news release.
Passersby found Harrod lying in the roadway at about 3:45 a.m. She was unresponsive when police arrived, the release said.
Police did not receive witness reports of the incident and continue to search for the vehicle and driver.
Harrod worked at Tuastine Eye Center in Madison as a certified optometry assistant and was a 1985 graduate of Madison Consolidated High School.
According to Madison Courier archives, her son, Skyler, graduated as an Air Force airman in 2012.
Anyone with any information regarding the case should contact Lt. Det. Jonathon Simpson or Patrolman Brandon Decker at the Madison Police Department at (812) 265-3347.
The police need to step it up and find the COWARDLY S.O.B. that did this.
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