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PHOENIX -- Police in Phoenix said a woman thought to have been killed in a collision at a central Phoenix intersection was listed in critical condition.

Police Sgt. Steve Martos said first responders believed the 80-year-old woman had died of her injures from the Thursday afternoon accident but she was revived at a hospital.

Her name wasn't released.

The scene at 16th Street and Highland Avenue was closed through the afternoon rush hour.

Associated Press,

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