A woman walking in Brockton, Massachusetts, was struck and killed by a car on Wednesday morning, officials said.
Foul play isn't suspected in the crash, which took place about 6:36 a.m. at Ash and West Chestnut streets, when a Toyota Prius hit a woman who was in the street. The driver stayed at the scene, according to the Plymouth County District Attorney's Office.
Prosecutors identified the victim as Chafang Wu, a 50-year-old from Brockton. The driver has not been identified.
A witness who was driving behind the Prius said he saw it suddenly veer off the road and hit a telephone pole, as well as a woman lying on the ground.
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"I got out, she was laying in the road. Tried CPR," witness Mike Gomes said.
He said the driver stayed at the scene of the crash and "very distraught."
Neighbors said the intersection has safety problems, with drivers unable to see over the hill.