Update 10:20 a.m. :
Manchester police have released the name of the pedestrian who was killed Sunday night. Police say 57-year-old Randi Letts of Manchester was attempting to cross North Franklin Street near the Delaware County Fairgrounds shortly before 10 o’clock when he was hit by a southbound vehicle.
Witnesses say the vehicle approached the intersection and swerved to avoid hitting Letts, who was crossing the street in an undesignated crosswalk area. Letts suffered severe injuries and was transported to Regional Medical Center, where he later died. The driver, 24-year-old Sean Brindley of Manchester, was not hurt. The accident remains under investigation.
Police in the northeast Iowa town of Manchester say a pedestrian died after being hit by a vehicle on Sunday night. It happened at the intersection of North Franklin Street and East Acres Street just before 10 o’clock.
Police say a preliminary investigation indicates the pedestrian was attempting to cross North Franklin Street when the pedestrian was struck by a vehicle that was traveling southbound on North Franklin.
The pedestrian was transported to Regional Medical Center in Manchester and later died. Police are not releasing the names of those involved until the investigation is complete.
(Reporting by Mike Johnson, Janelle Tucker, KMCH, Manchester)