Police release name of Washougal woman killed Tuesday

Anneice B. Fich was pushing a stroller when she was hit by a vehicle

Camas Police have released the name of the woman who died in an unmarked intersection Tuesday afternoon.

Anneice B. Fich, 66, of Washougal, was found dead at about 4:57 p.m., after a collision with a vehicle driven by Thetford B. Moore, of Washougal, at the intersection of Northeast Third Avenue and Weir Street.

At the time of the collision, Fich was pushing her great-grandson, Eduardo “Lalo” Herrera-Berra, 2, in a stroller across Northeast Third Avenue. It is an uncontrolled intersection.

Herrera-Berra was transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center for an evaluation. He was found to have broken ribs, a punctured lung and a fractured leg.

Moore, 60, cooperated with investigators, who were able to determine that drugs or alcohol were not a factor in the collision.

At this time, the investigation is ongoing, and no determination has been made regarding criminal charges.