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WASHINGTON — Police say a Wisconsin woman who was hit by a car on September 19th while trying to cross H Street in Washington has died.

Police identified the woman Saturday, September 26th as 62-year-old Janet Hoy of Watertown, Wisconsin. Police say she died Thursday.

Police say Hoy and three others had entered a crosswalk on H Street around 9 a.m. on September 19th when they were struck by a 1998 Crown Victoria. The Crown Victoria was turning westbound onto H Street from 1st Street. Police say all four were taken to hospitals.

Police say the driver of the vehicle remained on scene and that the crash is under investigation.

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