Man killed in hit-and-run along Federal Way road identified

The death of Patrick McNett, 67, was ruled an accident after he was struck by a vehicle along SW Dash Point Road.

King County medical examiners have identified the man who was killed in a vehicular hit-and-run along a Federal Way road on Tuesday.

Patrick McNett, 67, died from multiple blunt force injuries after he was struck by a vehicle near the 1100 block of SW Dash Point Road.

Medical examiners deemed McNett’s death an accident.

Around 1:40 a.m., a passerby reported a man lying in the roadway with a serious head injury, police told the Mirror on Tuesday.

The involved vehicle fled the scene and police do not have any suspect information. Federal Way’s Major Accident Investigation Team is investigating the incident.


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