INDIANAPOLIS - A woman in a wheelchair was struck by a car on the city's west side Thursday afternoon, and she died from her injuries, police said.
The collision happened at the intersection of 34th Street and Georgetown Road shortly after noon.
Police called the crash a "tragic accident," in which driver just did not see the woman.
Detectives do not suspect alcohol or speed were factors in the crash.
Police have identified the victim as Kelly Norris.
No information about the driver's condition has been shared, but the driver did stay on the scene.
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