Pedestrian Mark Olsen, 56, killed in collision at Center Street and 800 West in Provo, Utah
Man dies in Provo auto-pedestrian accident
A male pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle while walking on Center Street and 800 West in Provo, police said.
Police identify man hit, killed while crossing Center Street in Provo
Det. Nick Dupaix of Provo Police said Olsen was about 15 to 20 feet away from the crosswalk in that area when he was hit by the vehicle.
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