UPDATE: Woman Killed By Car On Spokane's South Hill Identified - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Woman Killed By Car On Spokane's South Hill Identified

Photo of the scene from Saturday night at 37th and Crestline Photo of the scene from Saturday night at 37th and Crestline

UPDATE: The Spokane County Medical Examiner has confirmed the woman struck by a car Saturday night and later died from her injuries has been identified as Ethel Barstow. Barstow was hit by a car at 37th and Crestline Saturday around 7:40pm. She was not carrying any identification at the time and police spent the weekend working to identify her and notify her family.

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UPDATE: Spokane Police have confirmed with KHQ that the woman hit by a car near 37th and Crestline Saturday has died from her injuries. However police still need your help in identifying her. 

She is described as a 60-70 year old female, short build, 100-120 lbs, wears glasses and was last wearing light blue shorts, white ankle socks, white tank top and white New Balance walking shoes. Investigators are asking anyone with information about the victim or who was a witness to the collision to call Crime Check immediately at 456-2233 and leave information for Cpl Mike Carr.

Spokane Police Department Press Release:

On 08-11-12 at 7:40pm Spokane Police Officers responded to an auto/pedestrian collision at 37thAve and Crestline. Upon arrival officers and fire personal found an unconscious female in the roadway.  She was transported to an area hospital with life threatening injuries. The involved vehicle's driver was contacted. Speed and/or alcohol do not appear to be factors in the collision.

Major Crimes Collision Investigators responded to the scene to handle the investigation.

The victim pedestrian did not have identification on her and investigators have been unable to identify her at this time. The victim is described as a 60-70 year old female, short build, 100-120 lbs, wears glasses and was last wearing light blue shorts, white ankle socks, white tank top and white New Balance walking shoes.  Investigators are asking anyone with information about the victim or who was a witness to the collision to call Crime Check immediately at 456-2233 and leave information for Cpl Mike Carr.

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