GRAHAM, Wash. - Investigators with the Pierce County Sheriff's Office say dark roads and heavy fog may be to blame for a fatal vehicle accident in Graham Friday morning.
Deputies received multiple calls about a man who was found in the roadway near 110th Ave Court East and 200th Street Court East.
Witnesses told 911 that the man had been struck by several vehicles just after 6:30 a.m.
Investigators said the first driver was heading westbound on 200th Street Court East when he struck what he thought was a deer.
He pulled over to investigate as several other vehicles drove by and discovered the 22-year-old man.
CPR was performed until medics arrived, but the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
All of the drivers involved in the accident remained at the scene. Investigators said it initially appears that no driver was at fault.
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