Murray Police IDs woman killed in car-pedestrian crash

MURRAY, UT – Murray Police have released the name of the pedestrian killed in a crash on Thursday, February 9th

Officials said 44-year-old Dixie Edgar was crossing the street near 4500 South and 500 West before 6 a.m. when she was struck by a car, Gephardt Daily reported. 

The collision appeared to have involved two vehicles, with Edgar being hit by one or both vehicles. 

One driver remained at the scene, and the other driver was said to have been unaware that Edgar was hit. 

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