Man dies after being struck by vehicle in Marysville

Police are looking for information about the driver, who reportedly fled in a dark SUV.

Update: Late Sunday, police announced the man had died, and the case is being investigated as a vehicular homicide.

MARYSVILLE — A man suffered life-threatening injuries reportedly after being struck by a dark-colored SUV Saturday night.

The Marysville Police Department said the 24-year-old man was crossing 64th Street NE near 58th Drive NE, near the Marysville Family YMCA, about 7:40 p.m. when he was struck. The driver left and had not been found.

The man was hospitalized but was reportedly stable.

Anyone with information about the incident can call the Marysville Police Department at 360-363-8300.

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