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Dandenong collision kills pedestrian as Victoria Police try to identify him using green shoe

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A man has been killed after he was struck by a car while “shuffling” across a pedestrian crossing in Melbourne’s southeast.

The pedestrian was on Herbert Street in Dandenong just after 8.30pm on Thursday and is believed to have been in a “confused state”.

Police said he was shuffling himself across the road while sitting on the ground.

A car travelling north on Stud Road then struck the man and despite emergency services working on him, he died at the scene.

The shoe is a black runner with a bright green sole.
The shoe is a black runner with a bright green sole. Credit: Victoria Police



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