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Woman seriously injured, dog killed in Spokane Valley hit-and-run

UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 8, 2017

A woman was seriously injured and her dog was killed after a hit-and-run in Spokane Valley early Tuesday morning.

Around 12:30 a.m., Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of a vehicle that fled after hitting a woman and her dog while the two were walking westbound on Fourth Avenue.

The woman said the vehicle, which she described as a dark or possibly gray car, drove away onto Farr Street.

Investigators ask anyone who lives in the area of the incident to check existing video surveillance footage for anything that could help identify the suspect or vehicle. They also ask for any person, body shop employee or automotive worker who may have information regarding this incident to please call Detective Jeff Welton at (509) 477-3237.

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