A woman was struck and killed on Whalley Avenue in New Haven Monday night.
New Haven Police said they were called to Whalley Avenue near Hudson Street for the report of a pedestrian crash.
A driver called authorities and said he hit a woman with his car. He told officers he didn’t see the woman in the road but felt the impact.
Responding officers found a woman lying in the road unconscious with significant injuries. She was taken to a nearby hospital and was ultimately pronounced dead, according to police.
The woman has been identified as 42-year-old Judith Williams, of New Haven.
The police department’s crash reconstruction team responded and is investigating. Officers are trying to find video surveillance in the area that may have captured the crash.
The area was closed to traffic for several hours, but has since reopened. Anyone with information is asked to contact police by calling their anonymous tip line at 866-888-8477.
No additional information was available.