Hit-and-run driver kills Arlington man in Marysville, driver charged with vehicular homicide

A pedestrian was hit and killed by an alleged drunk driver who then left the accident scene in Marysville reports The Everett Herald Net.

According to the report, the pedestrian was a 26-year-old Arlington man. He was walking in the 10400 block of Smokey Point Boulevard around 2 am when he was hit. Bystanders provided CPR but the man could not be revived.

Later, the Washington State Patrol stopped a speeding driver who asked the trooper what he had hit. The driver’s Blood Alcohol Content was measured at .177, more than two times the legal limit of 0.08%. He is being investigated for Vehicular Homicide which can be charged if a driver was driving under the influence and a person in killed.

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