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Tulalip man struck by car improving at hospital

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SEATTLE — A Tulalip man has been upgraded to serious condition after being hit by a car on Tuesday night. Joseph Harvey, 35, remains in intensive care at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, according to his family and hospital officials. His condition was considered critical until Friday.
Harvey is a tribal member and attended Arlington High School.
He was struck about 6:45 p.m. Tuesday along 35th Avenue NE, just west of I-5, on the Tulalip Indian Reservation.
Police say they don’t expect to seek criminal charges against the driver.
Emergency responders initially reported that Harvey was riding a bicycle at the time of the crash. Detectives did not find a bicycle and believe he was walking, not riding, according to investigators.
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