Pedestrian struck, killed in Seattle

SEATTLE (AP) -- A pedestrian was struck and killed in Seattle Thursday, and police are looking for the driver of a large truck.

Seattle police say the collision happened in the First Hill neighborhood at about 3:30 p.m.

Police say they haven't identified the vehicle that hit the pedestrian, but witnesses described it as a large commercial truck.

Police also don't know yet whether the driver was aware that the pedestrian was hit and they're not sure whether the case is an intentional hit and run.

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