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Police: Elderly woman struck and killed crossing North Philadelphia street

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NORTH PHILADELPHIA - An elderly woman was killed after she was hit by a vehicle in North Philadelphia.Officials said a woman, thought to be about 80, was crossing the street at the 1900 block of West Oxford Street Wednesday evening, before 7 p.m.While crossing the street, officials said, she was struck by a black truck.Medics rushed the woman to Temple University Hospital, where she died.The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene.

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