Pedestrian hit, critically hurt in Shoreline; police looking for white van

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

From our news partner The Seattle Times

A hit-and-run suspect driving a white work van is being sought after the van hit and critically injured a pedestrian in Shoreline tonight. (Tuesday, Feb 19) 
The King County Sheriff’s Office said the van, which had a rack on top, struck the pedestrian around 8:30 p.m. on the 14600 block of Aurora Avenue North. The right headlight is likely broken. 
There were two men in the van, one with a goatee, a witness told the King County Sheriff’s Office. 
Witnesses told detectives the van traveling northbound on Aurora had no side or back windows, according to Sgt. Katie Larson. The pedestrian was crossing in the middle of the block between The Hideaway Cardroom and a Walgreens when he was hit, Larson said. He was not in a crosswalk.

Call 911 if you have any information.
Complete story here.


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