Tragic Incident Claims Life of Woman and Her Dogs in West Price Hill


OHIO - The victim of a fatal vehicular collision on Saturday night has been identified by the Hamilton County Coroner's Office. Kymberly Maclary, 33, lost her life after being struck by a vehicle while walking her two dogs at approximately 10 p.m. on Sunday, at the intersection of Glenway Ave. and Ferguson Road.

Heartbreakingly, both of Maclary's dogs also perished in the incident.

The driver responsible for the collision fled the scene, leaving authorities in search of leads. At present, law enforcement has not disclosed whether a suspect is in custody or provided a description of the vehicle or individual.

Leland Warner, walking his dogs Mya and Mortacai, expressed the sentiment of many in the community, emphasizing the ongoing risks pedestrians face. "It's always risky. Nobody seems to respect speed limits or signs so in a way you are taking your life in your hands every time you go out."

For Justin Webber and others, this tragedy evokes painful memories of past pedestrian-involved accidents, including the loss of Western Hills High School student Gabriel Rodriguez, who was struck by a hit-and-run driver while en route to school. "It just brings back all the raw emotions that happened when Gabby was hit on September 10th."

Crossing Glenway with his own dogs, Leland Warren underscored the need for heightened vigilance. "I'll cross my fingers when I cross, you just never know with the speeds people drive here... one moment passes and then they are on you."

Now, Justin and fellow members of the Westwood community make a heartfelt appeal to the driver responsible for this tragedy. "You need to come forward, you took the life of someone and that’s not fair for the people left behind." The community stands united in their call for accountability and justice in the wake of this devastating incident.