SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A woman in her mid-20s, was fatally struck by a motorist in San Diego, a police officer said Saturday.
The woman was walking southbound in the 5400 block of Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, in the eastbound lanes, about 10:40 p.m. Friday when she walked in front of a Ford Escape driven by a 38-year-old motorist, who was going eastbound on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, said San Diego police officer David Stafford.
Paramedics pronounced the woman dead at the scene, Stafford said.
The motorist was not cited or arrested.
"There will not be any enforcement taken on this traffic (accident)," the police officer said.
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