Sadly, yet another person in Columbia, Missouri has been killed after being struck by a vehicle. The latest accident happened on Wednesday and involved a 24-year-old woman who was killed after a vehicle stuck her while she was crossing the road. Tragically, the 30-year-old driver did not see the woman before he struck and killed her. In addition, police believe drugs or alcohol did not impair the driver at the time of the crash. According to further reports, the woman killed was just one of two other pedestrians, which were stuck by vehicles on Thursday. That same morning, a student was struck by a van as she crossed the street, and the current condition of the student is not currently known. Furthermore, later that day, a vehicle struck another pedestrian, and luckily they suffered only non-life-threatening injuries.
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