Monday, October 18, 2010

Death in school parking lot

Posted By on Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 2:07 PM

A 27-year-old Sherwood woman, Amber Hutcherson, was run over by a car and killed this morning in the parking lot of Clinton Elementary School in Sherwood. The incident happened about 9:30 a.m., after classes had begun.

UPDATE: A Sherwood police statement on the incident doesn't add much.

FROM SHERWOOD PD

On October 18, 2010, at approximately 9:31 A.M., the Sherwood Police Department and EMS were dispatched to Clinton Elementary School in reference to a woman being struck by a vehicle. Amber Hutcherson, a 27 year old female was transported by MEMS from the scene and taken to St. Vincent’s North Infirmary in Sherwood where she was later pronounced dead from her injuries. An investigation is underway and investigators are interviewing witnesses. No charges have been filed at this time and nobody is being detained concerning the incident. The incident occurred on Pulaski County Special School District property, but no PCSSD vehicles or personnel were involved.

Further investigation into the death is continuing.

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