1 woman killed, struck on Avenue S [Palmdale, CA]

Pedestrian Struck and Injured by Car on Aurora Avenue [Seattle, WA]

Pedestrian Struck and Injured by Car on Aurora Avenue [Seattle, WA]

Pedestrian Struck and Injured by Car on Aurora Avenue [Seattle, WA]

1 Hospitalized after Seattle Pedestrian Accident on Aurora Avenue

 
SEATTLE, WA (September 18, 2019) – A pedestrian sustained serious injuries after a car hit her on Aurora Avenue on September 16.
 
The crash occurred just after 5:00 p.m. in the 6700 block of Aurora Avenue North.
 
According to police, responders transported the seriously injured woman to a local hospital. However, there is not update on their condition.
 
The police added that the driver underwent an evaluation for signs of impairment. In addition, the crash remains under investigation.
 
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