Published: Oct 11, 2011 10:05 PM EDT
Updated: Oct 11, 2011 10:32 PM EDT

NAPLES, Fla.- WINK News has new details in Monday's fatal hit and run in Naples.

The suspect, charged with D.U.I. manslaughter, failed several portions of a sobriety test he agreed to take after the crash.

Collier County Sheriff's Office says Etem Aajbegu ran over a man holding a sign on Pine Ridge Road and Shirley Street and then took off before being arrested.

That man he hit, Steve Duzick, later died at the hospital.

He was a sign holder, trying to attract business for Black Eye Big Barbeque.

You see people holding advertising signs everywhere in Southwest Florida.

After this incident, we wanted to know: how safe of a job is it?

Brian Clemons is a sign waver for Cash 2 Gold in Cape Coral.

Several days a week he does what he can to get people's attention at the intersection of Hancock Bridge Parkway and Del Prado Blvd.

With cars speeding by he is always thinking about safety.

"It's dangerous if people don't pay attention or if people are driving erractically," he said.

Roy Morrison works on busy US 41 in Fort Myers.

When it comes to his safety he doesn't take any chances.

"Sometimes people have the tendency to cut to close to the bend so I stay down the road away," he said.

He points out drivers also have a responsibility.

Tamara Bonami says when she's behind the wheel, she always slows down when she sees sign spinners.

"I'm always careful of pedestrians on the road," she said.

But other don't.

This is why Brian Clemons and other sign waivers take steps to stay safe.

"Maybe stand a little closer to the grass. Back up a few feet. We're doing a job just like anyone else and as long as you guys drive the way you're supposed to, we'll be alright and so will you."