Pedestrian Struck, Sent Into Spokane River Near Riverton Avenue [Spokane, WA]

Pedestrian Struck, Sent Into Spokane River Near Riverton Avenue [Spokane, WA]

Police Investigate Possible Pedestrian Accident in Spokane

SPOKANE, WA (April 4, 2019) – Police are investigating a possible pedestrian accident that cast a victim into the Spokane River near Riverton Avenue.
According to reports, law enforcement officers arrived along Riverton Avenue after responding to reports of a pedestrian accident.
Per witnesses’ testimonies, a white truck hit a pedestrian following an altercation. The impact reportedly sent the victim into the Spokane River.
As a result of this account, police employed air drones with heat detectors and a helicopter to canvass the area. However, it has not been confirmed whether anyone truly fell into the water.
An investigation of this case continues.
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