WSU employee dies after hit by car on campus

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

A Wichita State University employee who was hit by a car on campus last week has died.

University spokesperson Joe Kleinsasser said Kathy Hull was in a crosswalk on campus last Tuesday when she was struck by a car driven by a student. Hull died on Monday.

Hull worked at Wichita State for 29 years, most recently as a visual resources coordinator for the School of Art, Design and Creative Industries. 

The student's name was not released. 

Kleinsasser said once the investigation is complete, the case will be presented to the district attorney.

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