SAPD: Woman hit, killed by truck while crossing street ID'd

Driver did not see victim, 67, crossing the street, police say

By Penny De La Cruz - Intern, Camelia Juarez - News Intern

SAN ANTONIO - UPDATE:

The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office has identified the 67-year-old woman who was killed while crossing a street Monday.

The victim, Rosalinda Portillo, died after being struck by a white Ford F-250 King Ranch when she crossed the intersection of Camden Street and McCullough Avenue, San Antonio police said. 

Police said the driver of the F-250 did not see Portillo while turning on an unprotected green light. 

Portillo died of blunt force trauma, according to the medical examiner's office.

There are no criminal charges against the driver, police said.

PREVIOUSLY:

A woman is dead after a hit-and-run crash north of downtown at the intersection of Camden Street and McCullough Avenue, San Antonio police said. 

The 67-year old woman was hit and killed by a white pickup truck while crossing the street at the intersection.

Police don’t know if she crossed the street illegally or if she was using the crosswalk. 

The driver told police that he did not see her, police said.

The woman died at the scene. 

McCullough will be closed on both sides of the intersection while police investigate the scene of the crime.

**Editor's Note: a previous version of this story stated that the driver did not stop, however police said the driver did stop and tried to help. The driver was not charged.

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