WEST BOYLSTON – The Massachusetts State Police have identified the woman killed in a hit-and-run early Sunday morning on I-190 in West Boylston.

According to MSP, Smarlyn Pamela Reyes, 19, of Leominster, was heading northbound on I-190 operating a 2008 Infiniti when she lost control of her vehicle and went off the left side of the road and rolled over into the median.

Reyes then climbed up 20 feet from the bottom of the median and walked onto Route 190 northbound. She was struck in the right travel lane by an unknown vehicle traveling northbound. She was then struck again by a 2008 Mazda driven by a 40-year-old Leominster man. The Mazda operator stayed on scene. No charges have been field against the operator.

Reyes was determined to be deceased at the scene. No other injuries were reported in the crash.

The facts and circumstances of the incident, including the identity of the first vehicle that struck the young woman, remains under investigation by Troop C of the Massachusetts State Police with assistance from the State Police Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Section, State Police Crime Scene Services Section, and State Police Detective Unit for Worcester County.

Investigators are still asking that anyone who may of witnessed the crash, or anyone with information, to please contact the State Police Holden Barracks at 508-829-4431.

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