Pedestrian hit by car seriously hurt in Seattle; driver showed signs of impairment, cops say

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SEATTLE — Police arrested a driver after a crash that left a 58-year-old pedestrian seriously hurt.

According to Seattle police, officers were called around 10:45 a.m. Tuesday to the intersection of NE 65th St and Roosevelt Way NE.

The woman was taken with life-threatening injuries to Harborview Medical Center. The extent of her injuries was unknown.

Police arrested the driver, a man in his 60s, who they said showed signs of impairment.

Traffic collision investigators closed NE 65th St in the area while they investigated.

No further details were released.