On Friday evening, a horrible event took place when a young boy called Rolando Nunez Moreno, who was just 14 years old, lost his life while standing alongside a vehicle that had broken down on the highway.
The identity of the young boy was verified by Bobbi Jo O’Neal, who serves as the coroner for Charleston County. Continue reading this article to acquire a more in-depth comprehension of the unlucky occurrence that occurred.
Rolando Nunez Moreno Died: What Happened to Him?
According to O’Neal, the unfortunate incident occurred on the side of Interstate 526 at 8:15 p.m. when Rolando was struck by a vehicle that had become airborne and then crashed into a nearby house.
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Thankfully, no other significant injuries were reported as a result of the incident. The traffic unit of the North Charleston Police Department is conducting an investigation to ascertain the causes of this tragic accident.
This unfortunate occurrence emphasizes the significance of road safety and serves as a sobering reminder of the potential hazards that exist on highways, even for pedestrians.
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Rolando Nunez Moreno Obituary And Funeral Arrangements
On September 29, 2023, Mr. Rolando Alexis Nunez Moreno of North Charleston, South Carolina, passed away and went to his everlasting resting place. Mr. Moreno was the brother of Jovana Gongora, Keyylani Velasco, Said Nunez Moreno, and Jaylah Nunez Moreno.
He was born to Mrs. Rocio Moreno Cano and Mr. Abdiel Velasco. His funeral mass will be held at St. Thomas Catholic Church on Wednesday, October 4, 2023, at 11:00 AM. The church is located at 6650 Dorchester Road N. in Charleston, South Carolina.
A public viewing will take place at the funeral home beginning at 12:45 p.m., immediately following the ceremony that will be held at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church.