Authorities seek witnesses to an injury hit-and-run collision

  • Friday, February 16, 2018 11:40am
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Detectives are requesting anyone who may have witnessed a rollover collision on State Route 18 near the Auburn/Black Diamond Road to contact them.

At approximately 6:45 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 8, Washington State Patrol responded to a report of a collision that involved a vehicle that had rolled over.

A silver Honda Civic was traveling westbound on SR 18 when it was struck by a blue or dark-colored SUV changing lanes. This caused the Honda to go out of control and roll off the roadway with the driver sustaining a fractured wrist, according to WSP.

Detectives are requesting anyone who may have witnessed this collision or have identifying information on the running vehicle to contact Det. Todd Early at 425-401-7747or by email at

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