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Man hit by car in Spokane Valley dies

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Deputies investigating a fatal collision in Spokane Valley near Mission and Progress Deputies investigating a fatal collision in Spokane Valley near Mission and Progress
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -

Early Friday morning a pedestrian was hit and killed by a car near the intersection of St. Charles and Mission in Spokane Valley.

According to the Spokane Valley Police Department, the pedestrian was walking in the road on Mission when he was hit and killed by a teenage driver, who was in the car with his mother.

Sgt. Brett Gores said that when police arrived, neighbors were trying to help the man who was hit, but when medics arrived a short time later, they pronounced him dead on the scene. He has not been identified.

Sgt. Gores also said there was no car at the scene when they first arrived, but it came back just a few minutes later, and the driver identified himself. The driver is cooperating with police and was not impaired at the time of the crash.

Mission between Sullivan and Progress was closed to traffic for a few hours Friday morning as police continued their investigation.

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