Police are investigating a collision that caused critical injuries to a woman in her 60s. Information indicates weather and poor visibility played a role in the accident, police said.
Redmond police are investigating a collision on Tuesday evening that caused critical injuries to a woman in her 60s.
Initial information indicates weather and poor visibility played a role in the incident, police said.
According to a Redmond police statement, the injured woman was walking eastbound on the north side of Northeast 79th Street when she was struck by a vehicle around 7:30 p.m., police said.
The male driver, who had been headed north on 166th Avenue Northeast, was cooperative and remained on the scene, police said. A witness also provided information, police said.
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