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Police seize vehicle connected with hit-and-run death of 25-year-old in Brossard

Longueuil police say they have located the car suspected to be involved in the fatal hit-and-run in Brossard, Que., overnight Friday.

Driver of a black pickup truck hit a woman crossing the street Friday, police say

Two officers standing on a boulevard, surrounded by police tape and markers on the ground.
Police say the truck's front passenger bumper was damaged in the collision and are asking anyone with information to contact them. (Jennifer Yoon/CBC News)

Longueuil police say they have located the car suspected to be involved in a fatal hit-and-run in Brossard, Que., on Friday.

Police had been looking for a black, four-door Chevrolet Silverado, which they found in the Greenfield Park sector on Montreal's South Shore on Friday morning. 

Investigators are still looking for the driver that struck the 25-year-old woman while crossing at the intersection of Rome Boulevard and Lautrec Street. The woman died before she could be transported to hospital. 

The driver fled toward Taschereau Boulevard after hitting the woman and the truck's front bumper was damaged in the collision, police said.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Longueuil police. 

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