GREAT FALLS, Montana — A 52-year-old woman was struck and killed over the weekend while trying to cross the street in Great Falls.
Police say the woman and another person were crossing the street at an intersection without a marked crosswalk at about 9:30 p.m. Saturday when the woman was hit.
Officers say the male driver traveling on a one-way street didn't see the pedestrian, who died at the scene. Cascade County officials identified the victim as Ramona Albert. Her hometown was not immediately available.
Police say the driver stayed at the scene and was cooperative. A preliminary investigation found that speed was likely not a factor in the crash.