Driver who allegedly fled deadly Sheffield Township hit-skip found by Ohio State Highway Patrol

SHEFFIELD TOWNSHIP, Ohio - A driver who fled a Sheffield Township hit-skip that resulted in a Lorain woman's death on Monday has been identified by the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

The crash happened around 9:17 a.m. near State Routes 254 and 57.

Roslyn Arroyo, 49, was walking eastbound on State Route 254 when she tried to cross State Route 57 and was hit by a passing vehicle. The driver sped off after the crash, authorities said. 

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OSHP identified the driver on Wednesday.

News 5 is not releasing the driver's name since he has not been formally charged.

Authorities said the investigation into the crash is still ongoing, but when finished, OSHP's findings will be sent to the Lorain County Prosecutor's Office to determine if charges will be forthcoming.

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