Police investigating after woman found seriously injured in Federal Way roadway

It is unclear how woman sustained her injuries.

Federal Way police have closed a road where a woman was found seriously injured in the roadway on Thursday afternoon.

Police were dispatched at 1:34 p.m. to a subject down in the roadway on 16th Avenue South, just south of Todd Beamer High School, according to Federal Way police Commander Kurt Schwan.

The victim is described as a female in her early to mid-20s and is not believed to be a student, Schwan said.

“At this time it is unclear as to how the female sustained her injuries, as there is no evidence that a collision occurred,” Schwan said in an email.

The woman was transported Harborview Medical Center with serious injuries.

Federal Way police are on scene investigating the incident.

The Mirror will update this story as more information becomes available.

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