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News Release
Vancouver Police seek assistance from public regarding hit and run - 07/22/21

Vancouver, Wash. –On July 20, 2021, a pedestrian in the 600 block of Main Street was hit by a vehicle traveling northbound on Main Street. The suspect vehicle did not stop and fled the scene. The collision occurred between 11:00 p.m.-12:00 midnight. Several citizens helped the pedestrian following the crash, but no one called 9-1-1. The pedestrian later went to the hospital where it was discovered they had suffered serious injuries. Police were then contacted. 


The Vancouver Police Department Traffic Unit is investigating this hit and run collision and is asking anyone who helped the pedestrian, or who saw the crash or the suspect vehicle to contact Vancouver Police Officer Sean Donaldson at (360) 487-7479.




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