WSP seeks public assistance to identify hit-and-run suspect who left four injured

The collision occurred Sept. 9 on I-405 South near SR 167.

A hit and run collision on Sept. 9 on Interstate-405 South of state Route 167 left four injured.

Witnesses reported a red-colored, four-door car change lanes and strike a Toyota Station wagon. The Toyota lost control and collided with the left side of a WSDOT jersey barrier. A GMC Yukon then T-boned into the Toyota, according to a press release.

Three of the four occupants in the Toyota sustained non-life threatening injuries, including broken bones and lacerations. The driver of the GMC sustained minor injuries.

Washington State Patrol detectives are seeking witnesses of the collision to help identify the driver of the red car.

If you have any information regarding this case, contact Detective Brody Ford at 425-401-7742 or brody.ford@wsp.wa.gov.

More in News

Malena Gaces, left, and other members of Washington CAN protest unfair move-out charges and alleged discriminatory behavior outside Kitts Corner Apartments in Federal Way in 2018. Sound Publishing file photo
King County could increase tenant protections

The council is considering ordinances designed to help renters.

The 2015 Wolverine Fire in the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest near Lake Chelan. Photo courtesy of the Washington Department of Natural Resources.
The smoky summer that wasn’t

While Washington had a mild season, wildfires burned near the Arctic.

Renton city council split on I-976

Council chooses to take no official stance on car tabs initiative

A rundown of Renton’s ballot

Ballots mailed out this week to voters

Mayor wants to reexamine trash services

Renton considers trash service contracts

Dane Scarimbolo and Dominique Torgerson run Four Horsemen Brewery in Kent. They were almost shut down in late 2017 by King County, which after years of letting them operate a brewery and taproom, decided they were in violation of county code. Aaron Kunkler/staff photo
Proposed winery ordinance irks King County farmers, neighbors and businesses

Concerns include more traffic, higher land prices, code enforcement and compliance.

Renton uses AI tech to listen in

A program called ZenCity is helping city officials respond to feedback

Photo by Haley Ausbun. Transcranial magnetic simulation (TMS) via Neurostar equipment is used to improve mental health, at a new Renton clinic from TMS national advocate Dr. Kalyan Dandala, pictured.
A helmet to protect you from depression?

New mental health treatment comes to Renton

Renton adjusts the budget

Differences in multiple revenue sources spurs budget changes

Most Read