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UPDATE: Coroner Identifies Woman Killed in Accident on Edwin C. Moses Blvd.
UPDATE: The coroner has identified the victim of Wednesday's accident as 63-year-old Janet Glasper of Dayton.
DAYTON -- A woman was hit and killed while trying to cross Edwin C Moses Boulevard Wednesday afternoon.
Dayton police cleared the scene around 5 p.m. They tell us the woman who was hit and killed was in her mid-60s.
Shoes and clothes were lying on the ground where the crash happened.
Police say the the woman was thrown several feet from the impact of the crash.
Several people who saw what happened tried to help the woman who was hit. A Miami Township Police Officer and a private ambulance crew both stopped and started CPR.
Police did say that the woman was still alive when she was taken by ambulance to Miami Valley Hospital, but not long after getting there she died.
We spoke to drivers who who say this is a busy area and they often see pedestrians walking around, but there aren't any crosswalks nearby.
"You don't see them do you, no, it's been a long time since they've had crosswalks here," said Mary Jo Morgan. "They probably could add them and put up signs. Because we do have a lot of children, people that come over to the job center often have children with them."
Edwin C Moses was reopened after being shut down for about three hours.
The driver of the van, we're told by police, was very upset and cooperated with them. They did ask someone from a local church to come out and console the driver.
We asked if the driver will be facing any charges, we're told police are still investigating and don't know at this time.
DAYTON -- A woman trying to walk across Edwin C Moses Boulevard was struck and killed Wednesday afternoon by a minivan.
The crash happened at 707 W. Edwin C. Moses Blvd. and the road remains closed during the investigation.
According to Dayton police, the call to them originally came in that the woman struck was in a wheelchair but that turned out not to be the case.
The woman was reportedly not in a crosswalk when she was struck. She is described as in her mid-60s but her identity has not been released.
Police say the driver of the minivan is shaken up from the crash and a clergyman has been called in to her assist her. Excessive speeding is not initially suspected.
The injured woman was transported to a hospital with life-threatening injuries and later died.
Police say an off-duty Miami Township police officer and a private ambulance crew were nearby when the crash occurred.
Officers reopened the road just before 5 p.m.
DAYTON -- A woman in a wheelchair was struck by a minivan this afternoon at 707 W. Edwin C Moses Boulevard.
The crash is near the Job Center and Edwin C. Moses is closed in the area.
We have a news crew on the scene and we'll bring you the very latest as the story develops.
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