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No one has been arrested or cited in the aftermath in the death of a 23-year-old woman, who was struck and killed on Highway 164 and East Sunset Drive on Thursday, Feb. 4.

Waukesha Police Capt. Dan Baumann said on Friday, Feb. 5, one day after pedestrian Megan Bock was killed, that the driver of the vehicle stayed on the scene and was cooperative with law enforcement.

According to a news release from the Waukesha Police Department, police received numerous 911 calls at 5:54 p.m. Feb. 4 for a traffic crash at the intersection on the city's southeast side.

When the Waukesha police and fire departments arrived on scene, they located Bock after she was hit by the vehicle. Police have released few details about the accident, but Waukesha's daily police report indicated Bock was or had been riding a bicycle.

Lifesaving efforts were initiated and the woman was transported to Waukesha Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

'Megan Bock was a part of a loving family,' her family said in a statement released on Friday. 'We've suffered a tragic loss and appreciate our privacy during this time.'

A Waukesha Police Accident Reconstruction specialist was called to investigate the crash scene. As a result, the site was closed for more than four hours at one point.

Bock's Facebook page now says 'Remembering Megan Bock.' Bock's Facebook page says she was from Waterford and was a server at Popeye's on Lake Geneva.

A memorial service honoring Bock's life will be held on Friday, Feb. 12, at Community United Methodist Church, Waterford. A memorial service will be at 6 p.m. Visitation with the family will be available from 3 p.m. until the time of the service.

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