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Kiplinger’s personal Finance Editor Dies In DC After Getting Hit By Bicycle

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The senior editor of the magazine Kiplinger’s Personal Finance was hit and killed by a bicycle late Thursday in Washington, D.C.

Jane Bennett Clark, 65, was struck when she stepped into the crosswalk just off the southwest curb at 13th and I streets NW. She hailed from Takoma Park, Md.

As soon as the bicycle struck Clark, she fell and the bicyclist remained on the scene and waited for police to arrive, The Washington Post reports.

Unfortunately, although Clark was whisked away to the hospital, she succumbed to her injuries Friday.

The investigation into her death remains open.

While at Kiplinger’s, Clark wrote about retirement and dedicated space to discussing post-career life.

Her Twitter account describes herself as a mother of three.

A Takoma Park resident said Clark’s death deeply affected her friends and neighbors.

Article posted with permission from The Daily Caller News Foundation. Article by Jonah Bennett.

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