SPOKANE, Wash. — Roads in downtown Spokane have reopened on Thursday morning after they were closed for a hit-and-run investigation. 

Second street is reopen between Division and Browne after it was closed briefly this morning due to a hit and run investigation.

Spokane Police say they got a call around 6:09 a.m. that there was a person down on Second Street between Division and Browne. 

A Good Samaritan took the individual to a local hospital. That person has serious but is expected to survive.  

Spokane police say they aren't releasing a description of the car at this time, but they are asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident this morning to call Crime Check with tips at 509-456-2233. 

Major Crimes is investigating the hit-and-run crash. 

This is a developing story. It will be updated. 

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