News: Deputy fatally collides with pedestrian with patrol vehicle on AZ 86 in Pima County

TOHONO O”ODHAM NATION RESERVATION, AZ -A deputy struck and killed a pedestrian with their patrol vehicle on AZ 86 Saturday, according to CBS 5.

Pima County Sheriff’s Deputy Matthew Horrigan was driving to the Ajo district when he hit a pedestrian wearing dark clothing and lying in the middle of the road around 5 a.m.

Following the collision, Deputy Horrigan remained at the scene. Deputy Horrigan was not hurt in the crash.

Officials have not released the victim’s name. It is unclear if they died at the scene or an area hospital.

The Tohono O’odham Traffic Unit is investigating the incident.

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