Officers Search for Hit-and-Run Suspect South of 212th Street
Kent, WA (February 01, 2022) – On February 27, two people sustained injuries in a State Route 167 fiery crash.
The authorities received the collision report just after 2 a.m. south of 212th Street.
Responding officers located a vehicle off-road engulfed in fire. Luckily, all the three people inside it were able to get out.
Moreover, a passenger sustained a broken arm while the driver’s arm was lacerated.
Reports said that the driver who caused the collision was a white sedan traveling at a fast speed. The authorities are now searching for that driver for felony hit-and-run.
Please reach out to Det. Ruth Medeiros at Ruth.Medeiros@wsp.wa.gov if you have further details on State Route 167 fiery crash.
When driving, it is important to follow all driving laws and the conditions of the road.
If you see any vehicle or driver that looks dangerous, keep your distance. If you see a vehicle weaving in and out of the lanes, following too closely, or traveling at a higher rate of speed, move over a few lanes and get out of their way.
Drive defensively to ensure the safety of surrounding vehicles, drivers, and pedestrians.
Never drink and drive. Be a responsible driver to avoid accidents.
Injured in Traffic Collision
Seeking compensation for your injuries after a serious accident can be very stressful, and take up a lot of your time.
That is why the most valuable step you can take in response to an accident like the State Route 167 fiery crash is hiring a personal injury attorney.
Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.
Thus, having a personal injury lawyer will provide you with the space and peace of mind you need to recover.
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