“Ultimately, you want to find the vehicle that struck her and left the scene,” said patrol Lt. Robert Sellers. “But we’d also like to know why she left her vehicle.” The rest areas are between Polaris Parkway and Routes 36/37. Crashes involving two vehicles leave much more debris and can be easier to solve than pedestrian deaths. Evidence in this case is limited to Kurish’s clothing, which will be examined for crash or paint fragments; small debris, including plastic from headlight fixtures found nearby; and interviews with the first two people to see her body along the shoulder and call 911 just after 9:30 p.m. Video from traffic cameras and those at the rest area didn’t have enough detail to identify a vehicle or Kurish leaving her car. Delaware County Coroner Mark Hickman said Kurish suffered cuts and bruises to her left side, arms and legs and had fractures including to her neck and ribs “consistent with being struck by a vehicle.” Solving the mysteries won’t erase the tragedy. But it might help the grieving. “Doing our job and finding the person who caused her death gives the victim a voice,” said Sellers.
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