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Fatal collision on eastbound I-90

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Troopers are investigating an auto-ped fatal crash on I-90 eastbound near mile post 280.

A 59 year old man was crossing I-90 when he was hit by a pick up truck. He died on the scene.

Police say the driver does not appear at fault and don't believe drugs or alcohol played a factor.

The man who died has been identified as Dennis Stensgar.

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