Police identify pedestrian struck and killed on I-5

Jan 19, 2008 Full story: The Oregonian

Categories: Breaking News A 54-year-old man struck by two vehicles and killed Thursday night on I-5 was identified today as Richard L. Whittington of Cave Junction. via The Oregonian

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elaine44

Redmond, WA

#1 Jan 31, 2008
Why was this man running across the road in traffic? What are the details/reasons that brought him to this sudden end?
PacificNorthwest Guy

Redmond, WA

#2 Feb 4, 2008
Best educated guess: it was either a foggy night or he was on heroin. Were there any toxicology tests done?

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