PHOENIX — Authorities have released the name of woman who was killed when the car she was driving collided with a semi-truck at a Phoenix intersection.

Phoenix police say 30-year-old Halimo Mohamed was pronounced dead at a hospital after Tuesday night’s crash.

They say a 55-year-old woman who was a passenger in Mohamed’s car suffered non-life threatening injuries and the unidentified driver of the semi-truck wasn’t hurt.

Police say that according to witnesses, Mohamed’s car allegedly ran a stop sign before the crash occurred.

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