Hit-and-Run in Puyallup Leaves Bicyclist Dead

Monday evening in Puyallup, an unidentified driver of a Cadillac hit and killed a 50 year old man who was riding his bike. Police are asking for help identifying the driver. The victim of the fatal Puyallup bicycle accident has yet to be identified as well.

Puyallup police said that the cyclist was struck in the 2600 block of East Main Avenue. The car then fled eastbound on East Main at 8:10 p.m.

Witnesses said the man was driving recklessly before the collision, police said.

According to Puyallup police, the driver was described by witnesses as a white male in his 20s, driving a silver, late-model Cadillac, possibly an STS model. Police also said that the car had a red logo on the rear, possibly identifying the model. It also had a loud, modified exhaust. The vehicle likely had broken glass and bumper damage on its front end.

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