THURSDAY 6/10/21 7:16 p.m.
CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC40 – Police have identified a man that was killed after being struck by a car in Clearfield Wednesday night.
According to the Clearfield Police Department, the man has been identified as 67-year-old Robert Gormley of Ogden.
On June 9, officers responded to a report of a person struck by a vehicle near 500 N Main Street around 9:28 p.m.
When officers arrived, they found Gormley in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle driving northbound as he was crossing Main St.
He was transported to a local hospital where he later died due to his injuries, a news release from Clearfield police said.
Police said that there were no crosswalks where the accident occurred.
Law enforcment are searching for a cream-colored Cadillac passenger car believed to be involved in the fatal hit-and-run.
Anyone with information on the incident is asked to contact the Clearfield Dispatch Center at 801-525-2806.
CLEARFIELD, Utah (ABC4) – A 67-year-old man is dead after being struck by a vehicle in Clearfield Wednesday night.
Clearfield Police were called to an automobile-pedestrian accident near 500 N Main Street at around 9:30 p.m.
When officers and medical personnel arrived, they reportedly found the pedestrian in critical condition in the roadway being attented to by bystanders.
Police say they learned the man was struck by a vehicle traveling northbound on Main Street as he was attempting to cross the roadway. There are no crosswalks in the location of the crash.
According to Clearfield Police, the driver did not remain at the scene, but continued north on Main Street and then east on 650 N. Witnesses describe the suspect vehicle as a cream-colored Cadillac passenger car.
While the man was transported to an area hospital by ambulance, police say he succumbed to his injuries shortly after arriving.
If you witnessed the accident, see a cream-colored Cadillac with front-end damage, have surveillance footage from the area, or have any other information, Clearfield Police ask that you contact the Communications Center at 801-525-2806.
The investigation remains ongoing.