SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA — A man in his 70s died Monday morning following a hit-and-run collision on an Interstate 5 exit ramp in Everett, reports KOMO News.
The incident occurred on the I-5 northbound offramp to Broadway (Exit 192), in the city’s Lowell area at about 5:30 a.m.
Everett Police Department officials have not specified the circumstances of the crash, but the driver of the other involved vehicle fled the scene.
First responders pronounced the male victim deceased shortly after.
The ramp was shut down for over three hours as the Washington State Patrol, Everett Police, and the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Incident Response Team (IRT) responded to the scene.
By 8:50 a.m., all travel lanes were reopened to traffic.
Authorities have not released a description of the hit-and-run suspect and/or vehicle.
An investigation remains in progress.
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