A police officer stands near the bike that was struck during a hit-and-run that killed a 34-year-old bicyclist in Federal Way on Friday morning. Photo courtesy of Evergreen Media Production

A police officer stands near the bike that was struck during a hit-and-run that killed a 34-year-old bicyclist in Federal Way on Friday morning. Photo courtesy of Evergreen Media Production

34-year-old bicyclist killed in Federal Way hit-and-run

Police are seeking the public’s help in finding the vehicle that was involved in the crash, described as a gray Ford Ranger with front-end damage.

Federal Way police are seeking the public’s help in finding the vehicle that was involved in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 34-year-old biyclist on Friday morning.

The vehicle that killed the man appears to be similar to a 2000 Ford Ranger, is gray in color with slight damage or missing pieces to the front grill, according to police. The truck was seen on Safe City cameras driving away from the scene at the 27800 block of Pacific Highway S.

Officers responded to a male down in the roadway just past midnight in the 27800 block of Pacific Highway S., according to Federal Way Cmdr. Kurt Schwan. Life saving measures were unsuccessful and the man died from his injuries.

The roadway was closed for several hours as Federal Way Police Department’s Major Accident Investigation Team conducted an investigation.

King County medical examiners have not yet identified the victim.

Any information about this hit-and-run should be reported to Federal Way police at 253-835-2121 or 9-1-1.


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34-year-old bicyclist killed in Federal Way hit-and-run

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