Third person dies from Woodstock crash that killed Florida mom, baby

A third person has died after being hit by an SUV while attempting to cross the street, the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday. 

Kathy Deming, 61, of Marietta, was attempting to cross Arnold Mill Road on Sept. 9 when she and two family friends were hit, according to police. A Florida mother and her 3-month-old baby were also killed. 

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Kaitlin Hunt, 28, was holding baby Riley as she and other family members and friends attempted to cross the Woodstock road shortly after 8 p.m. when they were hit, police said. Riley died the same night following the crash. Three days later, Kaitlin Hunt was removed from life support and died, her family said.

Deming was critically injured in the crash and remained in the hospital until her death. 

No charges have been filed in the crash, which remains under investigation. 

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