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UPDATE:

A woman has died as a result of her injuries from being struck by a vehicle.

Latisha Green, 32, of Dunbar, was hit by a car while walking in the middle of the road, according to authorities.

Police say she was walking back to her residence in Dunbar.

 


 

 

UPDATE:

Sissonville Dr is now reopened. 

There is still no word on the victim's condition. 

 


 

 

A pedestrian has been hit along Sissonville Dr in Charleston. 

Metro dispatchers say the victim was transported to a hospital, there is no word yet on the victim's condition. 

Sissonville Dr will be shutdown from Washington St to Chandler Drive until midnight. 

Police are advising drivers to avoid that area and use an alternate route.