MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) — Prosecutors in Massachusetts say a woman charged with striking and killing an 80-year-old woman with her SUV stopped, got out to check, called 911 to say someone was hurt, and told the dispatcher she had a job interview and couldn't stay before leaving the scene.

Ashley Monturio, of Pembroke, was released on personal recognizance after a not guilty plea to a charge of leaving the scene of a fatal accident was entered on her behalf at her arraignment Friday.

Authorities say Romelia Gallardo was pushing a wheeled walker when she was struck near her senior housing complex in Cambridge on Thursday. She was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The 41-year-old Monturio's attorney, while not addressing the specifics of the case, said his client is "deeply saddened and very apologetic."