WSP Seeking Witnesses to Fatal Hit and Run Collision

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March 30, 2022

MOUNT VERNON – The Washington Point out Patrol (WSP) is actively investigating a lethal motor vehicle as opposed to pedestrian collision that transpired in the Large Lake place of Skagit County on Tuesday, March 29, 2022.

An unfamiliar automobile was touring an unfamiliar path on State Route 9 in the space of milepost 47 in the vicinity of Cooma Area at somewhere around 8:05 p.m. The driver of the motor vehicle, explained by witnesses as a neutral coloured passenger car, struck a pedestrian in the northbound lane. The working car is probable to have major front-finish destruction.

WSP troopers and detectives responded to the scene to investigate. Detectives obtained studies a pedestrian matching the description of the deceased was noticed in the location working in and out of the roadway about 45 minutes prior to the collision.

WSP detectives are trying to gather additional info pertaining to the pedestrian and fleeing vehicle. The pedestrian and fleeing car or truck were being most likely to be in the northern Big Lake spot involving 7:50 p.m. and 8:20 p.m. that evening.

Anyone with details regarding this collision are requested to simply call or e mail Detective Sergeant Michael Marken at (360) 654-1141 and [email protected]. Your support is significantly appreciated in our attempts to provide closure to the relatives and those people straight affected by this tragic incident.