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.

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