Update on hit & run in Edmonds

Monday, November 30, 2015

Vehicle is believed to be a black 2006-2010 Dodge Charger
(this is not the actual vehicle)

As previously reported, a pedestrian was hit on SR 99 in Edmonds Sunday night, just north of the county line. The vehicle was last seen heading toward Shoreline.


Edmonds Police have released photos of evidence left at the scene from the suspect vehicle.

Edmonds Police investigators believe that the vehicle is a Black 2006-2010 Dodge Charger. There should be significant damage to the driver’s side front fender, grill and headlight/fog light area.


The victim has been upgraded to serious condition as of Monday morning.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Edmonds Police or provide an anonymous tip at 425-771-0212 or via their website.

According to unsubstantiated reports on TV news, the woman had stopped her car in a turn lane to scrape the ice off her windshield when she was hit.



2 comments:

Anonymous,  December 1, 2015 at 9:11 AM  

The injuries to this poor woman make one feel ill. Observations: one sees Dodge Chargers being driven like assault vehicles on suburban AND city streets. The other day, a Charger with out-of-state plates nearly hit pedestrians in two different cross-walks, SLU, before my eyes. And then there are the Chargers that tail-gate and rev through various North End neighborhoods. I guess they are living out the high-octane TV commercials...this driver apparently has too little octane to take responsibility for the harm he/she has caused.

Anonymous,  December 3, 2015 at 11:27 AM  

Sorry for the accident, but really poor decision to stop in the street and take care of ice that should have been removed before entering traffic...

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