PHOENIX - Police are investigating after a pedestrian was hit and killed by a car in Phoenix Tuesday night.
Phoenix police spokesman Tommy Thompson said the accident happened around 7:45 p.m. near 33rd Avenue and Thomas Road.
According to Thompson, a pedestrian was crossing the street when struck by a Mazda. The pedestrian crossed the intersection against the signal. The Mazda had a green light signal.
The driver of the Mazda stayed at the scene and did not report any injuries.
Police evaluated the driver, it does not appear impairment was a factor.
The name of the pedestrian has not been released.
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