WSP Troopers ask public for help solving felony hit-and-run
Posted on Tuesday, August 18th, 2020 at 6:19 pm
SEATTLE, WA – Washington State Troopers are asking the public for information regarding an Aug. 9 hit-and-run that left a motorcyclist with a broken leg.
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) August 18, 2020
According to a statement released by the WSP, the accident occurred on Aug. 9 just after 11 a.m. on State Route 900 near 129th St. An early 2000s Chevrolet Tahoe made an unsafe U-turn near the motorcyclist, who was traveling a few feet behind the Chevy. The Chevy, which is a light brown or tan color, struck the motorcyclist’s leg, causing the motorcyclist to be ejected onto the road. The Chevy fled the scene.
The WSP is asking witnesses of this hit-and-run to contact them with any information.
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