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Homeless man killed in Milwaukee hit-and-runSubmitted: 10/27/2013
Story By Associated Press

MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police say a 45-year-old homeless man was struck and killed in a hit-and-run accident.

A police statement says the man was crossing a street Saturday night when he was struck by a Cadillac Escalade driven by a woman who initially fled but later turned herself in.

The statement says there's reason to believe the 47-year-old motorist was impaired at the time of the accident.

The victim's name was not immediately released



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