A cyclist was killed near the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville on Sunday. Jennifer Cason of the Greenville County Coroner’s Office said they were called to Sulfur Springs Road around 1:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. According to Master Trooper Brandon Bolt with the South Carolina Highway Patrol, said a cyclist was stopped at a zebra crossing heading west and an unidentified vehicle was traveling north on Sulfur Spring Road. Bolt said the cyclist entered the zebra crossing and was hit by the vehicle. The vehicle left the crime scene and was not found. The cyclist was not wearing a helmet and died on the scene. The coroner identified the cyclist as Carli Brewer Soukup, 33, from Taylors. Brewer Soukup was a teacher for Greenville County Schools, according to district spokesman Tim Waller. She taught fifth grade at Mitchell Road Elementary. Waller said a GCS Care team of grief counselors will be at the school Monday to assist the staff. Parents can also bring their children to school tomorrow for support if they need it.

A cyclist was killed near the Swamp Rabbit Trail in Greenville on Sunday.

Jennifer Cason of the Greenville County Coroner’s Office said they were called to Sulfur Springs Road around 1:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon.

According to Master Trooper Brandon Bolt of the South Carolina Highway Patrol, a cyclist was stopped at a zebra crossing heading west and an unidentified vehicle was traveling north on Sulfur Spring Road.

Bolt said the cyclist entered the zebra crossing and was struck by the vehicle.

The vehicle left the scene and was not located.

The cyclist did not wear a helmet and died on the scene.

The coroner identified the cyclist as Carli Brewer Soukup, 33, from Taylors.

Brewer Soukup was a teacher at Greenville County Schools, according to district spokesman Tim Waller.

She taught fifth grade at Mitchell Road Elementary.

Waller said a GCS care team of grief counselors will be at the school on Monday to assist the staff.

Parents can also take their children to school tomorrow to support them if necessary.