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Service set for Shreveport woman killed on motorized scooter

Julia Bay, 59 (Source: Heavenly Gates Funeral Home) Julia Bay, 59 (Source: Heavenly Gates Funeral Home)
A roadside memorial at the spot where Julia Bay died March 12. A roadside memorial at the spot where Julia Bay died March 12.
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

Memorial services have been set for a woman who was struck and killed last week while crossing a Shreveport intersection on her motorized scooter.

Julia Bay, 59, will be remembered at 10:30 a.m. March 26 at Oakmont Church of God in Shreveport. She died March 12 after being hit by a van at the crossing of Jordan Street and Creswell Avenue.

The Heavenly Gates Funeral home called upon the ArkLaTex to help raise the $1,500 needed for her cremation.

She is survived only by her 75-year-old husband who was hospitalized at the time of the accident. Bay did not have insurance.

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