A woman in Tempe just might be the first to die from a self-driving car on public roads after one of Uber’s self-driving vehicles hit her over the weekend. 

Uber has halted its self-driving vehicle testing in every city the company tests its vehicles in, which includes Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Toronto, according to Uber.  

There was a human safety driver behind the wheel when the autonomous vehicle hit the woman.  

The vehicle was in self-driving mode at the time of the collision, and the woman was transported to a nearby hospital where she passed from her injuries, the Tempe Police reported.  

The accident happened on Sunday when the woman was crossing the street outside of a crosswalk near Curry Road and Mill Avenue, according to police.  

“Our hearts go out to the victim’s family. We are fully cooperating with authorities in their investigations of this incident,” Uber stated. 

Uber and its CEO have Tweeted that the company is working with Tempe Police to investigate the accident.  

The National Transportation Safety Board has also Tweeted about the incident, stating that it is sending a team to investigate the crash.