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Update: Car that struck and killed woman on Folsom Boulevard located, police said

Police swarm scene of fatal hit-and-run investigation on a wet Folsom Boulevard

Sacramento Police Sgt. Mark Scurria of the Sacramento Police Department talks about the ongoing investigation into a hit-and-run collision that killed a woman in her 30s Friday morning.
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Sacramento Police Sgt. Mark Scurria of the Sacramento Police Department talks about the ongoing investigation into a hit-and-run collision that killed a woman in her 30s Friday morning.

A car believed to have struck and killed a woman before Friday’s morning commute along Folsom Boulevard has been located, Sacramento Police said Friday night.

A woman was found dead just after 6 a.m. in an apparent hit-and-run collision after officers responded to a call regarding a woman in her 30s seen lying in the East Sacramento street at 46th Street, police spokesman Sgt. Mark Scurria said earlier in the day.

The identity of the woman has not been released.

The car involved in the incident was found not far from the collision on 36th Street in Oak Park, police said around 7:30 p.m. Police did not say who the car belonged to or if they had located a driver; the investigation still remains active, police said.

Folsom Boulevard was closed between 44th and 48th streets.

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