The Lynnwood Police Department was investigating a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle Monday morning on 68th Avenue W. in the 19900 block near Edmonds Community College. (Lynnwood Police Department)

The Lynnwood Police Department was investigating a collision between a pedestrian and a vehicle Monday morning on 68th Avenue W. in the 19900 block near Edmonds Community College. (Lynnwood Police Department)

Teen girl hurt after vehicle collision near Edmonds college

The Lynnwood Police Department was investigating the incident in the 19900 block of 68th Avenue W.

LYNNWOOD — A driver collided with a teenage girl Monday morning near Edmonds Community College on 68th Avenue W.

The crash happened in the 19900 block of 68th Avenue W., where the student was not in a marked crosswalk, the Lynnwood Police Department said.

The road’s northbound lanes were closed for the investigation.

The pedestrian was taken to a local hospital with serious injuries, the Lynnwood Police Department said.

The driver stayed at the scene.

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