Memorial Scholarship Created To Honor Somerville Hit And Run Victim

SOMERVILLE (CBS) — A scholarship fund at Watertown High School has been created in the name of a woman killed by a hit-and-run crash Friday. Forty-year-old Allison Donovan was a long-time teacher and administrator, most recently in the Watertown Public School system.

Donovan was a Burlington native but had been a resident of Somerville for the past 15 years, according to her obituary.

Police believe Donovan was with another woman in the crosswalk of Powder House Boulevard and Hardan Road around 7:16 p.m. when she was fatally struck. The other woman was treated for injuries and has since been released.

Allison Donovan (WBZ-TV)

Donovan was a teacher in Burlington for years before going to Watertown to teach, become a curriculum coordinator and an interim principal. She was a principal for an elementary school in Melrose for two…

Original published: 2019-02-11 00:31:49 Read the full Boston News here

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