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Harmon accident is 9th auto-pedestrian fatality of 2018

Posted: Jun 15, 2018 5:01 PM Updated:

A man is dead after being hit by a car in Harmon early Friday morning. Images from the scene show the damage to the car involved. It happened along route 16 in Harmon near Napa Auto Parts just after 1am.

Police say the driver of the silver Toyota Prius was on the inner north bound lane when the accident occurred.

The victim was rushed to GRMC but didn't survive. His name has not yet been released.

GPD's Highway patrol is investigating whether speed, alcohol, or drugs are possible factors in the crash.

This marks the ninth auto-pedestrian deadly crash so far this year.

An autopsy is scheduled for Monday afternoon.

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