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ROCKLIN, Calif. (KTXL) — A vehicle hit and killed a woman who ran across northbound Highway 65 Monday morning in the dark.

California Highway Patrol Officer Dave Martinez said just before 6:30 a.m., the 34-year-old woman raced across the highway near Sunset Boulevard and was hit.

The driver who hit the pedestrian stopped his gray Lexus sedan following the fatal crash, CHP officials confirmed.

CHP Officer Trista Drake said first responders were stationed along the center divider at the scene of the crash.

While CHP officials could not provide the woman’s identity, they said it’s believed she may have been a transient.

All lanes of Highway 65 stayed open, but there were some slowdowns as a result of the crash.