A woman is dead after being hit by two cars while trying to cross the street in Cincinnati's West End.
It happened on Tuesday night around 6:00 on Central Parkway.
Authorities say Pamela Barnett, 60, was halfway through crossing the road when she was hit by a car driven by Patrick Dinkelacker.
After that hit, she was knocked into another lane where she was hit by a car driven by Grace Ring.
She was not using a crosswalk, officers at the scene told FOX19. Barnett was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say Dinkelacker and Ring were both wearing their seatbelts and that speed and alcohol aren't factors in this crash.
Dinkelacker is a judge on the Ohio First District Court of Appeals. The district covers only Hamilton County.
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