Pedestrian struck by vehicle and killed was 50-year-old Lawrence resident, police say

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A pedestrian who died after being struck by a vehicle near 15th Street and Haskell Avenue Wednesday morning was 50-year-old Lawrence resident Rachel Snow, Lawrence police said Thursday.

Police said Wednesday that their investigation indicated that a vehicle heading eastbound on 15th Street struck Snow, who was pushing or riding a bicycle near the street’s intersection with Haskell Avenue. Snow was pronounced dead at the scene.

Lawrence Police Lt. David Ernst said Thursday that the investigation into the incident was still ongoing.


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Black drivers are nearly 3 times more likely than white drivers to get stopped by law enforcement in Douglas County, study confirms

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Researchers have finished a draft report from a long-running law enforcement contact study, which has confirmed that Black drivers are 2.73 times more likely to get stopped than white drivers in Douglas County, and drivers of color are 1.72 times more likely to be searched.


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