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UPDATE: Pedestrian Killed In Moscow

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PRESS RELEASE FROM THE CITY OF MOSCOW: At approximately 10:56 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, 2011 the City of Moscow Police Department  responded to a report of an injury accident involving a pedestrian at E Street & Almon Street. 

Upon arrival at 10:57 p.m., officers found an unconscious female in the center of the roadway, suffering from extensive head and chest injuries.  The victim, identified as Carrie Lokteff, 37 years of age of Moscow, was transported to Gritman Medical Center by the Moscow Volunteer Emergency Ambulance Company.  She was later life-flighted to Kootenai Medical Center.  Moscow Police were notified at approximately 5 a.m. that Carrie Lokteff had died of her injuries while in surgery.  

Preliminary investigation of the accident indicated a white 1992 Ford Explorer driven by Ranger Adams, male who is 19 years of age of Moscow, was driving south on Almon, as he approached the intersection of E street the left front of the Explorer struck Carrie Lokteff as she was walking west across Almon south of the intersection of E Street.  

Moscow Police requested the Idaho State Police to respond to reconstruct the collision.  The investigation is ongoing at this time by the Idaho State Police.

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