35-Year-Old Man Killed In Altercation Following A Motor Vehicle Accident In Federal Way (Federal Way, WA)

Raymond Bunk of Federal Way Police responded to a motor vehicle accident near 8th Avenue South and South 320th Street. 

According to the police, a 35-year-old got shot after a collision evolved into a road rage incident. 

The road rage led to a physical altercation. One of the drivers retrieved a firearm from a vehicle and fired at the 35-year-old man. 

The man was pronounced dead at the scene by the officials. 

According to the police, the homicide incident is being investigated. 

The identity of the deceased has not been disclosed by the Federal Way Police. 

August 11, 2022

Source: Federal Way Mirror

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