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The vehicle-vs.-pedestrian crash took the life of pedestrian, Uriel Santiago-Sarabia, 38.

Beaverton Police continue to investigate a fatal, vehible-vs.-pedestrian collision from 3:28 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 1, on the 16000 block of Tualatin Valley Highway. The pedestrian, Uriel Santiago-Sarabia, 24, died on the scene.PHOTO: BEAVERTON POLICE - Beaverton Police seek information on these vehicles or their drivers, who may have information regarding an Oct. 1 fatal crash.

The Washington County Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team is assisting with the investigation.

Two vehicles were captured on surveillance cameras in the immediate area of the crash and the drivers appear to know each other. Officers would like to identify and speak to the drivers of the vehicles.

The first vehicle was a white Ford F150 pickup truck with so-called "suicide doors" — hinges at the rear, rather than front, of the door. The truck had supplies in the bed along with an in-bed tool box. The driver was a white male adult wearing dark clothes.

The second vehicle was a dark purple Dodge or Plymouth sedan. The car might have had a racing stripe or lighter-colored patches on the roof. The driver was a white female adult wearing dark pants and a yellow coat.

Anyone recognizing these vehicles or drivers should contact Beaverton Police at 503-629-0111 and speak with Officer Nick Coplin.

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