Man dies in fatal rollover near Decatur High School

The crash scene just after midnight Sept. 28 in Federal Way. (Screenshot of photo courtesy of Kiro News)

A 66-year-old Seattle man died in a single-vehicle fatal crash late Wednesday night in the 3300 block of Southwest 320th Street in Federal Way.

According to Federal Way police, a pickup truck was traveling westbound near Decatur High School just before midnight when the driver lost control of the vehicle, causing it to roll over and eject the driver. The man was pronounced dead at the scene, and it is unknown whether drugs or alcohol contributed to the crash, police said. The road was closed for about three hours.

The King County Medical Examiner has identified the victim as Barry W. Poirrier.

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