Sally Ann Okuly, from Woodbridge, Virginia, was killed in a tragic car accident last weekend when she ventured outdoors for a cup of coffee and a copy of the Sunday newspaper.
Okuly had just recovered from personal injuries that she sustained in a motorcycle crash six months ago. She had also battled and defeated cancer earlier in her life. On Sunday, November 17, 2013, Okuly ventured outside for the first time since the biker accident, when she was struck by a car making a left turn.
Okuly was walking across the street from her home to a gas station and she had the right of way on a green light. 24 year-old Amanda Styles-Mays was making a left turn at that time and struck Okuly. Okuly was rushed to the emergency room of a local hospital, where she subsequently died from her personal injuries.
Styles-Mays has been charged with reckless driving and failing to yield to a pedestrian. The Woodbridge Police are continuing to investigate the unfortunate auto accident.
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