KING COUNTY, WA — The Washington State Patrol is actively searching for a suspect linked to a hit-and-run collision last Friday on Interstate 405 in central Kirkland, reports FOX13 Seattle.
The incident occurred on the northbound lanes near Northeast 70th Place, in the city’s Everest area, on January 14. It was first reported to the public by WSP Trooper Rick Johnson Tuesday at 5:20 p.m.
Video evidence shows a pickup truck was heading northbound on the interstate when it appeared to scrape the side of a car as it sped by. The contact caused the car to tumble and roll over multiple times in the toll lanes.
The pickup continued on the interstate without stopping.
Authorities did not say whether anyone in the victim vehicle was seriously injured.
As of this writing, WSP has yet to release details on the suspect’s identity.
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