Lawyer for victim's family says matter with Uber 'resolved'

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PHOENIX (AP) -

The family of an Arizona woman killed when struck by an autonomous Uber vehicle apparently has reached a settlement with the company.

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Cristina Perez Hesano, an attorney for relatives of Elaine Herzberg, responded Thursday to inquiries by The Associated Press by saying only that the matter "has been resolved."

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Herzberg was killed March 18 as she walked her bike across a dark street in Tempe, a Phoenix suburb.

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Uber representatives Sarah Abboud and Matthew Wing separately responded to queries about a possible settlement by saying the company is declining to comment. The company previously expressed sympathy for Herzberg's family.

[WATCH: Tempe PD releases video of moments before self-driving Uber hit, killed pedestrian]

Uber suspended its autonomous vehicle testing program after the crash. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey suspended the company's testing privileges Monday.

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Tempe police and federal agencies are investigating the crash.

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