UPDATE: Pedestrian killed after twice hit by vehicles on Armour Road

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BOURBONNAIS – A pedestrian hit twice by cars Sunday morning as he was walking between Bourbonnais and Momence has been identified.

The Kankakee County Coroner’s Office identified the man hit Sunday around 12:30 am as 52-year-old Brian Keller of Bradley.  A family member reached out Monday to report Keller missing, which lead to his identification.

Keller was walking near Armour Road and was hit by cars going westbound and again by another heading eastbound. Both cars stopped following the collision. No identification was originally found on the Keller, who had multiple injuries from the incident.

An official cause of death is awaiting completion of toxicology results.

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  1. This is absolutely horrible 😢 his family specifically his mother and father have lost two children under horrific circumstances God Bless 🙏 and God help the family through their coming to terms with this heart breaking loss. R.I.P. Brian much Love and Prayers for the family.

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