Arlington man dies after driver’s car hits him in Tulalip

Detectives believe he was walking the roadway when the vehicle struck him on 33rd Avenue Northeast.

TULALIP — An Arlington man died early Saturday morning after being hit by a woman driving on 33rd Avenue Northeast.

The incident happened around midnight in the 6300 block of 33rd Avenue NE, where deputies found the man, 59, in the roadway. First responders tried to save him, but he died, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

The driver, a 49-year-old Marysville woman, spoke with detectives, who believe the victim was walking in the road when she hit him. The road was closed for several hours Saturday during the initial investigation, which was ongoing.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner will identify the man’s and determine the cause and manner of death.

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