A female pedestrian died Tuesday morning when she was struck by a car at East 41st Street and the Paseo in Kansas City, according to police.
A female pedestrian died Tuesday morning when she was struck by a car at East 41st Street and the Paseo in Kansas City, according to police. Glenn E. Rice grice@kcstar.com
A female pedestrian died Tuesday morning when she was struck by a car at East 41st Street and the Paseo in Kansas City, according to police. Glenn E. Rice grice@kcstar.com

Woman rushing to catch bus struck by car and killed on Paseo in Kansas City

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