Woman struck by vehicle crossing street in Murray, police looking for suspect

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MURRAY, Utah (ABC4 News) – Police are searching for a suspect after a woman was struck crossing the street in Murray Friday night. 

According to Sgt. Rees, Murray City Police Department, the incident happened about 6:24 p.m. on Vine St. (6100 South) when a woman was crossing southbound at 1300 East. 

Police said the woman had a green light and was in a crosswalk when a white passenger vehicle headed south made a left hand turn onto Vine Street and struck her. 

Police believe the driver had to have known they hit the woman but they left the scene anyway. 

The woman was seriously injured and had to be transported to the hospital were she was in good condition. 

Anyone who might know who the driver is, or anything about the incident is asked to contact Murray City Police at 801-840-4000. 

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