Police have called for witnesses to come forward following the death of a man on the A45 near Coventry.
Emergency services received reports of a person in the carriageway shortly after 7pm on Sunday night.
One ambulance and a paramedic officer attended the scene, however nothing could be done to save him.
Warwickshire Police are treating the death as unexplained and appealing for witnesses.
The force has asked people to come forward if they saw a pedestrian in the area.
A spokesman for Warwickshire Police said: “Officers were called at 7.12pm on Sunday, 11 March, to the A45 in Meriden, Coventry.
“A body was found on the road and the person was sadly pronounced dead at the scene.
“The death is being treated as unexplained and police are appealing for anyone who saw a pedestrian in the area to come forward.”
The road remained closed throughout Monday morning, but reopened shortly after lunchtime.
Anyone with any information is asked to call police on 101, quoting incident 328 of March 11.
The male was found on the westbound carriageway around 7.30pm, but when emergency services got to the scene, there was nothing that could be done to save him.
He was confirmed dead at the scene and the age of the man remains unknown.
Emergency services were called to the stretch of the dual carriageway between Pickford Green and Meriden.
One ambulance and one paramedic officer attended, but nothing could be done to save the man.
A spokesman for WMAS said: “We were called at 7.26pm to reports of a person in the road.
“One ambulance and one paramedic officer attended.
“Sadly we confirmed the death of a male on scene.”
The road was closed for more than 18 hours as police examined and investigated the scene.
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