A 37-year-old man faces charges of failing to stop and render aid after a crash that killed a pedestrian Thursday afternoon in Arlington, police say.
The crash happened at about 3:36 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of W. Division Street, Arlington police said.
Police said the pedestrian was loading a vehicle from a car sales lot onto a hauler parked in the center turn lane on Division Street when a van struck the pedestrian.
The driver of the van, identified Monday as Gabriel Hudson, initially stopped and parked at a nearby business, was picked up by another person and left the scene without calling 911 or rendering aid, police said.
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Police said Hudson later returned to the scene with a family member.
The pedestrian was taken to an area hospital and pronounced dead on Saturday, police said. Their identity had not been released Monday.