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SALT LAKE CITY — A woman hit by a car on 3900 South on Dec. 6 passed away Wednesday morning as a result of the injuries sustained in the accident. The woman was seen pushing a stroller containing personal items into traffic directly before the accident.
Unified Police identified the woman as 20-year-old Nina Gailey. Gailey's family flew in from Georgia as soon as they heard about the accident to be with her. Gailey was at Intermountain Medical Center and had been in a coma since the day of the accident.
Family described Gailey as "a woman with a cheerful nature who was loved by all who knew her." A memorial will be held in her honor on Thursday Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. at the LDS chapel on 1457 West Atherton Drive.
No charges have yet been filed against the driver of the car that hit Gailey.