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Saturday night hit-and-run leaves woman dead in Phoenix

Posted 3/3/24

A pedestrian died at the scene of a hit-and-run Saturday night near 23 rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road, Phoenix police said.

The collision occurred about 10 p.m. when a vehicle struck Amy Smith, …

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COLLISION

Saturday night hit-and-run leaves woman dead in Phoenix

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A pedestrian died at the scene of a hit-and-run Saturday night near 23rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road, Phoenix police said.

The collision occurred about 10 p.m. when a vehicle struck Amy Smith, 47, killing her at the crash site, according to a release.

Preliminary information suggests the vehicle involved was westbound on Thunderbird Road when it struck Smith who was in the roadway, police said.

The vehicle continued west, leaving the area.

Additional details about the collision remain part of the ongoing investigation.

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