BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. -- The driver of a motor home who hit and killed a pedestrian will not be charged.
A spokesman for the Georgia State Patrol tells 11Alive News the motor home was traveling northbound on I-75 at around 3 a.m. Tuesday. The 69-year-old driver, David Slitti, was making a lane change from the center into the right lane. He did not see the pedestrian until impact and struck the pedestrian with the front of the vehicle. GSP says the pedestrian was walking along the side of I-75.
The pedestrian, 42-year-old Bobby S. Morris of Rockmart, was pronounced dead on scene.
GSP says there are no pending charges against the driver at this time.