Hit & run near Highline Performing Arts Center Friday night kills woman
The King County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that a woman has died after a hit and run near the Highline Performing Arts Center Friday night (Feb. 24), shortly before 7 p.m.
An adult female in her 60s was hit by a driver who took off, and the victim died at the scene.
Police say that the suspect vehicle is a newer, silver or grey sedan, most likely with damage to the right front. The car was eastbound on S. 152nd Street when it struck the victim.
This may be related to a performance of “Annie Jr.” by St. Francis of Assisi School students, which was scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Police have blocked off S. 152nd east from 1st Ave South, and are investigating.
As we gather more information, we’ll update this post…
— KOMO Unit 14 (@KOMO_UNIT14) February 25, 2017
#BREAKING: Woman struck by vehicle in Burien died at scene, deputies consider it a hit-and-run. KIRO 7 crew investigating for report at 11p.
— KIRO 7 (@KIRO7Seattle) February 25, 2017
Update on Burien Fatal hit and run. Suspect veh newer, silver or grey sedan. Should have right front damage. Was E/B at time of acc.
— KingcosoPIO (@kingcosoPIO) February 25, 2017