UPDATE: Suspect arrested in hit-and-run death of SCDOT workers

UPDATE: Suspect arrested in hit-and-run death of SCDOT workers
Lonnie Dean Miller (Source: Aiken County Detention Center)
Lonnie Dean Miller (Source: Aiken County Detention Center)
SWAT on the scene of a house near hit-and-run site 3/13/17 (WFXG)
SWAT on the scene of a house near hit-and-run site 3/13/17 (WFXG)
Scene where 2 SC DOT workers were killed by a hit-and-run 3/13/17 (WFXG)
Scene where 2 SC DOT workers were killed by a hit-and-run 3/13/17 (WFXG)

AIKEN COUNTY, SC (WFXG) - UPDATE: South Carolina Highway Patrol has arrested a suspect in the hit-and-run killing of two SCDOT workers Monday morning.

SCHP says twenty-nine-year-old Lonnie Miller of Clearwater hit and killed two transportation workers and injured a third at the intersection of Augusta Road and Storm Branch Road. Authorities say he did not stop and drove away from the scene.

Miller is being held at the Aiken County Detention Center. He is charged with two counts of Hit and Run in a Deadly Accident and one count of Hit and Run in an Accident with Minor Injuries.

UPDATE: We have now learned the names of the SCDOT workers killed in a hit-and-run Monday morning.

According to the Aiken County Coroner's Office has identified the workers as fifty-four-year-old Anthony J. Redmond of Warrenville and sixty-four-year-old Robert Clark of Aiken.

Autopsies are scheduled for Tuesday morning in Newberry, SC.

UPDATE: We've now learned that a third SCDOT worker was sustained minor injuries in the hit-and-run.

UPDATE: Aiken County Sheriff's Office deputies and SWAT are outside a trailer near the accident scene. Capt. Eric Abdullah with the sheriff's office confirms that this situation is related to the hit-and-run incident from earlier today.

ORIGINAL STORY: The Aiken County Sheriff's Office is investigating a hit-and-run accident in Aiken County.

According to Capt. Eric Abdullah, two SC DOT workers were struck and killed on Augusta Road near Atomic Road. Law enforcement has located the vehicle they believe was involved.

This story is developing. We will update this article when more information is available.

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