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35-year-old woman fatally struck in West Side hit-and-run

4 monthes ago   |   By WGN TV

CHICAGO - A 35-year-old woman was fatally struck while entering a vehicle in a hit-and-run on the city's West Side Saturday night, according to police.
Police said the woman was entering a vehicle in the 4300 block of West Jackson Boulevard at approximately 8:10 p.m. when an unknown vehicle traveling eastbound on Jackson struck the woman before continuing to travel east.
The woman sustained significant injuries and was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital where she was pronounced dead.
No one is in custody and the incident is under investigation by the Major Accidents Unit.
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