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Cabrini College Professor Dies After Being Struck by Vehicle

Friends and family are mourning a Cabrini College professor who was struck and killed by a vehicle in Wayne, Pennsylvania Saturday night.

David Dunbar, 51, of Exeter Township, was walking near the Color Me Mine building and Anthony Wayne Movie Theater along the 100 block of Lancaster Avenue around 9:40 p.m. when he was struck by a vehicle traveling westbound on Lancaster. Dunbar was thrown several feet before landing on the road. He was taken to Paoli Hospital where he was pronounced dead.

The driver of the striking vehicle immediately stopped after the crash and is cooperating with the investigation. Investigators say they believe the driver was going through a green light when he struck Dunbar.

Dunbar was an Associate Professor in Biology at Cabrini College.

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"Cabrini is still reeling from the loss of our beloved faculty member, Dr. David Dunbar, professor of biology," read a statement from Cabrini. "David was a pillar of our community and the Cabrini family. He was dedicated to our students, to academic research, to community engagement, and to our mission. David will be sorely missed by all."

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