Federal Way woman dies after crash on SR 167

Heather Tingley, 37, died at Harborview Medical Center the day after the crash.

A Federal Way woman died on Wednesday after she crashed her vehicle on State Route 167 early Tuesday.

Heather Tingley, 37, was traveling southbound in the HOV lane on SR 167 around 6 a.m. on Tuesday. Her vehicle left the roadway and she struck the right side barrier, drifted across the roadway, then struck the left side barrier, according to a Washington State Patrol report.

Her car came to rest blocking two lanes of 167.

Tingley was transported to Harborview Medical Center where she died from injuries the following evening on July 17.

According to the WSP report, the cause of the crash is unknown as the incident still under investigation.

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