UPDATE: 

After being hit by a vehicle while walking on or near the sidewalk near 25th Ave and Southeast Boulevard, Stephanie Schrimshire has died.

North Central High School teacher killed after being hit while walking along Southeast Blvd.

Schrimshire had been a teacher at North Central High School. 

A friend of Schrimshire posted on Facebook asking people to donate to the North Central Alumni Scholarship to honor her. 

Due to COVID-19, there will be a celebration of Schrimshire's life at a later date.

The Spokane County Medical Examiner listed the 83-year-old Schrimshire's cause of death as "Massive hemothoraces; due to laceration of heart; due to blunt impact to chest" and listed the manner as accidental.

PREVIOUS COVERAGE July 17:

SPOKANE, Wash - A person is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle while walking on or near the sidewalk near 25th ave and Southeast Boulevard. 

Police said the victim is a 65-year-old woman, but they don't know her identity and are asking anyone fitting that description who lives in the area to please contract them. 

Investigators said the driver has remained on scene and has not been charged. They are checking him for impairment. They also said its not clear if the person went walked into the street or the driver went up onto the sidewalk 

Southeast Boulevard is closed in both directions from 25th Avenue to 27th Avenue. Investigators say it will remain closed for at least a couple hours as the investigation continues.