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MOSES LAKE - Moses Lake police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a pedestrian struck by a car Friday evening.

Capt. Mike Williams says the man did not have identification on him and has not been able to communicate with officers. The man is described as a light-skinned Hispanic or African American male in his late teens or early 20s. He is about six feet tall and 230 pounds, with black medium length curly hair.

The man was wearing a camouflage hoodie, black jeans and Vans brand shoes at the time of the incident.

The collision occurred about 5:24 p.m. on East Nelson Road near Balsam Street. The pedestrian was taken to Samaritan Hospital with undisclosed injuries. He has since been transferred to a Spokane hospital.

Anyone with information on the pedestrian or that may have witnessed the collision is asked to call Moses Lake police at 509-762-1160.

(3) comments

Old Bulldog

Acarter64. You are pathetic.

Acarter64

I saw the entire crash go down seconds after the impact. I was the person who called 911. I also walked up and saw the man on the ground. His head was split open and his brains/blood were all over the street. Trust me. A photo would not allow you to tell who the man was. I didn't even know the victim was a man, given how gruesome his injuries were. I would be very surprised if he survived the weekend. Honestly, I thought he was dead for the first few minutes I arrived on the scene, until I saw him spitting blood through his eyes, nose, ears, and mouth.

I really hope he pulls through. The woman who hit him was distraught like nobody else. She was falling apart and it tore my heart up.

Cheburashka

So we're supposed to imagine everyone we know who matches that description? How about a picture?

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