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Pedestrian Struck, Killed by Driver on Navajo Road [Apple Valley, CA]

Pedestrian Struck, Killed by Driver on Navajo Road [Apple Valley, CA]

Man Dies in Apple Valley Pedestrian Accident

 
APPLE VALLEY, CA (July 30, 2019) – A driver fatally struck a pedestrian on Navajo Road near Standing Rock Avenue Sunday night.
 
According to reports, authorities described the victim as a 32-year-old Apple Valley man. Sheriff’s officials said the male pedestrian died when a northbound Ford F-350 struck him around 9:48 p.m.
 
The unidentified pedestrian walked northbound along Navajo Road prior to the crash. The victim died later at a hospital, despite life-saving efforts.
 
Following the incident, the female driver of the Ford stayed at the scene and cooperated with police who subsequently ruled out alcohol and drugs as possible factors.
 
Although the details of the accident remain limited, the Apple Valley Police Department plans to continue its investigation.


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