- Associated Press - Friday, December 18, 2015

MEADVILLE, Pa. (AP) - The district attorney says no charges will be filed against a driver who ran into a student on the Allegheny College campus in Pennsylvania nearly two months ago.

Twenty-year-old Hanna Morris, of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, died after she was hit by the vehicle driven by 35-year-old Jeffrey Freeman, of Meadville, on Oct. 29.

Meadville police and Crawford County District Attorney Francis Schultz say it was rainy and foggy that night.

The onboard computer in Freeman’s vehicle was examined along with interviews with the driver and a witness. The results were inconclusive, leading police and the prosecutor to announce Thursday that charges aren’t warranted.

Chief Eric Young says, “The Meadville City Police Departments hearts go out to family of Hanna Morris as well as Jeffrey Freeman and the entire Allegheny College Community.”

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