“Every morning, she would get up and walk down to The Old Country Store,” said Pike County Deputy Coroner Harold Calloway. “She lived on Wood Creek Road, and when she got to (Highway) 362, she just walked out in front of a small pickup truck. She didn’t see the truck and the driver, he didn’t see her, either.”
Calloway said The Old Country Store is about 75 to 100 yards west of the intersection where Sneed was struck and killed.
“She was knocked about 90 feet,” Calloway said, adding he believes she was killed instantly. “She didn’t feel any pain, I don’t believe.”
Calloway said he did not believe the pickup driver would face charges related to the incident.