The injured person was transported to an area hospital with serious injuries
On Thursday (March 30) at about 4:06 a.m. a witness called to report a pedestrian was hit by a vehicle near the entrance to I-205 south from NE 134th Street. A Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputy was nearby and arrived on scene quickly to find a person injured in the roadway.
The deputy provided care until medics arrived. The injured person was then transported to an area hospital with serious injuries. The driver of the vehicle that struck the pedestrian remained at the scene.
Eastbound NE 134th Street between NE 20th Ave. and NE 23rd Ave. (including the entrance to I-205 South) was closed for a few hours while the incident was investigated by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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