COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. (CBS) —  A student from Ursinus College has been killed after she was struck by a vehicle near the school’s Collegeville campus Thursday evening.

Officials say they responded to Main Street between 5th and 6th Streets at around 6:30 p.m.

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Officials identified the victim as Michelle Buck, a sophomore at the college.

“It is tragic when we lose a member of the Ursinus family,” said President Brock Blomberg, in a message to campus following the accident.

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“Please join me in keeping her family and friends in your thoughts and prayers. I encourage all of us to find comfort and support in one another during this trying time.”

Investigators say the driver of the vehicle and witnesses remained on scene and were cooperating with police.

The school says Michelle, of Herndon, Va., had an interest in neuroscience and in philosophy.

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