Virginia man walking along Maryland roadway hit and killed by car

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UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) -- Authorities say a Virginia man is dead after he had a possible medical emergency while walking along a suburban D.C. roadway and was fatally struck by a car.

Prince George's County Police say 61-year-old Donald Durent Easter of South Chesterfield was walking along a road in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, on Sunday night when he passed out in the roadway. Police say he was then struck by an unknown vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene.

According to WRC-TV, three witnesses saw Easter lying in the roadway but weren't able to give police a description of the vehicle that struck him.



 
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