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Officials identify man who died after Nov. 7 auto-pedestrian crash in West Valley City

West Valley City Police

(KSL TV, File)



WEST VALLEY CITY — Officials have identified a man who died days after he was struck by an SUV in West Valley City.

Kip Lowman, 56, was transient and had family in Idaho, according to West Valley police spokeswoman Roxeanne Vainuku.

West Valley Police Lt. Shane Matheson said the Nov. 7 collision happened about 7:40 p.m. on Redwood Road near 3860 South. Lowman was crossing the street and was not at a light or crosswalk when he was struck by a Toyota Venza, Matheson said.

When officers arrived on scene, the man was unconscious and barely breathing. Matheson said Lowman was transported to Intermountain Medical Center, where he was initially listed in critical condition. Vainuku said he was removed from life support on Nov. 10.

The driver of the Venza remained on scene and was cooperative, Matheson said. Police do not suspect that she was impaired or driving dangerously, but Vainuku said the investigation is ongoing.

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