Woman pedestrian dies following a vehicle collision

Port Orchard Police do not expect that speed or impairment were factors

PORT ORCHARD — Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating a fatal collision involving a vehicle and pedestrian on Wednesday at the 1600 block of Bay Street within the city of Port Orchard.

Port Orchard Police responded to several 911 calls at 6:13 p.m. and found an unresponsive adult female in the roadway. The first responding officer gave immediate first aid and chest compressions, according to a police department report. South Kitsap Fire and Rescue crew members arrived on the scene shortly afterwaed and pronounced the woman dead.

Due to the severity of the collision, police department officials called in the Washington State Patrol and Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office to assist in an investigation. Officials said they do not suspect speed or impairment were factors in the collision.

The investigation is ongoing, said Police Chief Matt Brown. Anyone with information about the collision is asked to contact the Port Orchard Police Department by calling 911 or 360-876-1700.

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