Police identify 21-year-old woman killed after being hit by car in Taylorsville

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Ashley R. Schaller - Facebook

Ashley R. Schaller - Facebook

TAYLORSVILLE, Utah - Authorities have identified the woman killed after being hit by a car overnight as 21-year-old Ashley Schaller of Taylorsville.

Police said the driver initially left the scene before returning to speak with police.

The Unified Police Department said officers were called to the scene near 3600 West and 5400 South just after 9 p.m.

Unified Lt. Justin Hoyal told FOX 13 News Schaller was in a crosswalk but police said she was crossing against the light and the car that hit her had a green light in their direction of travel.

Police said the driver, a 21-year-old woman, initially left the scene but came back a few minutes later to speak with police and is cooperating.

Check back with Fox 13 for the latest updates.

Ashley R. Schaller - Facebook

Ashley R. Schaller - Facebook

3 comments

  • Nathan2B

    This is so sad, I live a few block from here. This section of 54th is always a nightmare. People Constantly speed on this section of road. Not placing blame, but I get scared driving 54th above bangerter Highway, People please slow down and watch for other drivers and Pedestrians. If you are in that big a hurry plan better and leave a few minutes earlier

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