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Pedestrian Dies From Injuries Sustained in July Crash

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NEW CASTLE, Del.– Delaware State Police said a pedestrian run over in July in New Castle County has died from injuries sustained in the crash.

Police said the incident occurred on July 29 at 9:48 a.m. as Carmen M. Ross, 50, attempted to cross the southbound lanes of North DuPont Parkway, approximately 40 feet south of the intersection from Memorial Drive. She was accompanied by her 9-year-old daughter.

As Ross left the grass median and began to travel west, across the southbound lanes, she was struck by a 1999 Toyota Camry, operated by 21-year-old Farel D. Deshazor, of Newark, Del. Ross' daughter and the driver were not injured, police said.

Ross was transported to Christiana Hospital by ambulance where she was admitted in critical condition. This week, her family informed police that Ross died from her injuries on Sept. 18.

Police said this crash remains under investigation. No charges have been filed.

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