Pedestrian seriously injured in collision on I-205 in Vancouver
Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2020 at 10:07 am
VANCOUVER, WA – A pedestrian was seriously injured and taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center after being hit by a car on northbound I-205 near Mill Plain Blvd.
VanWA – NB I205/Mill Plain – Center & Left lanes BLOCKED! Troopers investigating car vs. ped collision. Ped transported to @peacehealthsw w/serious injuries. Expect delays through area! https://t.co/lcKljmGFb0
— Trooper Will Finn (@wspd5pio) November 17, 2020
Washington State Trooper Will Finn reported the incident via Twitter around 4 p.m. on Tuesday. The center and left lanes of the interstate were blocked while officials investigated. It is not clear why the pedestrian was on the highway or how the accident happened.
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