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Fatal crash closes stretch of Tualatin Valley Highway about 3 miles west of Beaverton

The closure is from Southwest 174th Avenue to 182nd Avenue. The Washington County Sheriff's Office said around 4:30 a.m. that the closure will last several hours.

ALOHA, Ore. — Southwest Tualatin Valley Highway is closed in both directions in Aloha, about three miles west of Beaverton, after a fatal crash Friday morning.

The closure stretches from Southwest 174th Avenue to Southwest 182nd Avenue and will remain in place until deputies have finished their investigation at the scene of the crash. At around 4:30 a.m., the Washington County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) tweeted that the closure would last several hours.

Drivers are asked to find a different route for their morning commute.

The crash involved a pedestrian, who died at the scene, the sheriff's office reported. The driver of the vehicle that hit the pedestrian was taken to a hospital.

The WCSO Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team is helping with the investigation.

Check tripcheck.com for the latest traffic updates.

Correction: The headline in an earlier version of this article reported that the closure is east of Beaverton. The closure is west of Beaverton.

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