Marysville pedestrian hit by car

MARYSVILLE — A 28-year-old Marysville man suffered a broken leg and facial injuries after being struck by a car while crossing Fourth Street on Wednesday morning.

The man was hit about 6:15 a.m. by a car being driven in the eastbound left turn lane by a 31-year-old Arlington man, Marysville police Cmdr. Robb Lamoureux said.

The victim was wearing dark clothing and was not in a crosswalk, Lamoureux said.

The victim was flown via helicopter to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. His injuries weren’t believed to be life-threatening.

Traffic in the area was affected for about 90 minutes while police investigated.

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