🔴 Kimberly Lucier was struck on Route 125 in Rochester Friday night

🔴 Police initially did not know her identity

🔴 Christoper Robinson turned himself into police Thursday

The driver of a vehicle that struck a woman along Mast Road in Rochester Friday night has turned himself into Rochester Police.

Kimberly Lucier of Rochester was struck from behind around 10:20 p.m. as she pushed an empty baby stroller near Hannaford, and was found lying unconscious along the road, according to Rochester Police. She was taken to Portsmouth Regional Hospital and died as a result of her injuries Monday.

According to a GoFundMe page created to help with Lucier's memorial and burial costs, she suffered traumatic head injuries, a back injury, and injury to her heart. Doctors performed a craniotomy in order to reduce the swelling on her brain, but she was ultimately was declared brain dead.

Police initially did not know her identity.

Rochester Police said they were contacted by Christopher Robinson, 43, of Milton, and an arrest warrant was obtained. He surrendered to police Thursday, and was released on $5,000 bond. He was charged with conduct after an accident for having left the scene of an accident that resulted in death or personal injury, and will be arraigned in Stafford Superior Court on July 13.

Christopher Robinson
Christopher Robinson (Rochester Police)

Lucier's daughters Jennifer Patton and Debra Ward held a vigil near the Hannaford's supermarket where their mother was struck Thursday night, and told WMUR they were not happy Robinson posted bond.

Patton said the charge was not strong enough, and told WMUR she was devastated.

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com or via Twitter @DanAlexanderNH

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