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Hit and run leaves woman dead in the roadway

Several Louisiana State Police units responded to the scene to investigate the incident. Several Louisiana State Police units responded to the scene to investigate the incident.
This is the car investigators think was involved in the crash. This is the car investigators think was involved in the crash.
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

The Louisiana State Police is investigating a deadly hit and run crash involving a bicyclist.

It happened on Gardere Lane near Pascagoula Drive in Baton Rouge, which is between GSRI and Nicholson Drive, Sunday night.

Troopers said a woman was killed when she was hit by a car while she was riding a bike around 11 p.m.

The woman's name was not released.

Several witnesses on the scene were questioned.

Deputies with the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office found the car believed to be involved just a few blocks away from the scene.

It was located on Jade Avenue.

The windshield was shattered.

Authorities have not said whether any arrests were made.

The investigation is ongoing.

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