WSP Asks for Witnesses of Hit-and-Run on I-405, South of SR 167

A car causing a chain reaction collision fled the scene.

Washington State Patrol

A car causing a chain reaction collision fled the scene.

The Washington State Patrol is asking for witnesses of a multiple-vehicle collision, resulting in serious injuries, on northbound I-405, south of 167. The accident occurred Saturday, September 9, 2017 around 5:54 PM.

Kent News: Washington State Patrol is seeking witnesses to a hit-and-run collision on Sept. 9, 2017 that resulted in serious injuries.
Photo courtesy of WSP

Witnesses said a red four-door passenger car (unknown plate, make or model) was traveling in Lane 1 of 4 and made a lane change into Lane 2, striking a Toyota station wagon occupied by four people. The Toyota lost control and collided with the left side of a WSDOT jersey barrier, and came to rest facing sideways across Lane 3. A GMC Yukon occupied by a driver was traveling in Lane 3, colliding (T-boning) into the Toyota.

Kent News: Washington State Patrol is seeking witnesses to a hit-and-run collision on Sept. 9, 2017 that resulted in serious injuries. The red passenger car that caused the chain reaction collision fled the scene. Three of the four occupants of the Toyota suffered serious injuries, consisting of broken bones and lacerations that required stitches. The sole occupant of the GMC suffered minor injuries.

Washington State Patrol detectives are asking for any witnesses to the collision to come forward with additional information about the accident. Please contact Detective Brody Ford at 425-401-7742 or Brody.Ford@wsp.wa.gov.

[Source: Washington State Patrol]