Police secured East Gravers Lane after a SEPTA bus struck two women, one of whom, Elizabeth O'Malley, 76, died on Saturday, June 11. (Photo by Steve Feistel)

Police secured East Gravers Lane on June 9 after a SEPTA bus struck two women, one of whom, Elizabeth O’Malley, 76, died on Saturday, June 11. (Photo by Steve Feistel)

by MegAnne Liebsch

Elizabeth O’Malley, who was struck by a SEPTA bus in Chestnut Hill last week, died of her injuries on Saturday, June 11.

O’Malley, 76, of West Philadelphia, and her daughter, Anne, were struck by the front left tire of a SEPTA bus as it turned left onto Gravers Lane from Germantown Avenue on Thursday afternoon, June 9.

The women were rushed to Einstein Medical Center where O’Malley was listed in critical condition with bleeding on the brain and broken ribs.

Her 50-year-old daughter Anne was treated for minor injuries to her left hand and knee and remains in stable condition.

Police said as of Monday, June 13, that their investigation of the accident was ongoing.

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