Woman, 19, pushing disabled car struck, killed in Phoenix

Note to self to follow up to see how this gets coded in asdm and fars. Conceptually, a pedestrian was killed in a rear-end collision, a collision a driver should have been easily able to avoid if the struck vehicle had lights/flashers (it was at night). Was the disabled vehicle displaying emergency lights, or otherwise lit?

Phoenix file number?

Who is most at fault? For comparison, who is most at fault in the rear-end collision pictured here, the pickup driver or the school bus driver — the Pickup driver rammed a stopped school bus?

Woman, 19, pushing disabled car struck, killed in Phoenix
The Republic | azcentral.com Published 7:37 a.m. MT May 13, 2017 | EDITOR’S NOTE: A previous version misspelled Kiara C. Melvin’s name.
A 19-year-old woman pushing a disabled car on Broadway Road in Phoenix was struck late Friday by another car and killed, police said… Witnesses reported that three people were pushing a disabled Chevrolet Malibu around 11 p.m. eastbound in the 3100-block area of East Broadway Road when it was rear-ended by a Honda, Phoenix police said in a statement Saturday…. Two people were able to get out of the way, witnesses said, … The other two people were not injured. The driver of the Honda remained at the scene of the accident, police said, adding that impairment was believed to not be a factor.

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