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Spokane Police investigating fatal hit and run in north Spokane

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Spokane Police are investigating a fatal hit and run that happened late Saturday night in north Spokane. 

Police say a pedestrian was hit by a pickup truck on the Newport Highway just past the "Y" near E. Holland Avenue. 

Witnesses describe the truck as a larger green, dark, or metallic blue colored extended cab truck, possibly a Nissan. 

Spokane Police is asking for the public's assistance finding the truck that fled the scene after the crash. 

The truck will likely have damage to the front fender. 

If you know anything about this incident, please call Crime Check at 509-456-2233. 

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