Hit-and-run Victim in Southeast Portland Positively Identified

Lara C. Portland, 35, was the victim of a hit-and-run accident that occurred on May 24 in Southeast Portland, according to a police report released on Monday, May 29.

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The collision occurred on Southeast Division Street, east of Southeast 122nd Avenue, on May 24 at 1:37 p.m., according to police. Morrow was located by responding cops after being struck by a motorist who was going east on Division Street. She was transported in an ambulance to the hospital, but she passed away there.

Police claimed the driver fled the collision scene without stopping and was not found. Following the collision, Southeast Division Street was shut down from 122nd Avenue to 124th Avenue in both directions. 122nd Avenue is available to traffic, according to the police.

This accident was the 21st fatal in Portland this year, with ten involving pedestrians. According to Portland police, three people who died were hit and run. The deadly accident is still under investigation by the Portland Police Bureau.

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If you have information regarding this collision and have not notified the police, please send it to [email protected] with the subject line “Traffic Investigations Unit and Case No. 23-135823.”

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