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Pedestrian killed in crash identified

Gregory Robinson, 60, died in a crash in the area of East 36th Avenue and North Quebec Street, Denver police said.

DENVER — A pedestrian died after being hit by a car Sunday night, the Denver Police Department (DPD) said.

DPD said officers responded around 10 p.m. to a crash in the area of East 36th Avenue and North Quebec Street.

The pedestrian was crossing the street when he was hit, DPD said.

The victim was identified as 60-year-old Gregory Robinson by the Denver Office of the Medical Examiner. The cause of death was multiple blunt force injuries.

The driver stayed at the scene, and no citations have been issued at this time, according to DPD.

The case remains under investigation.

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