Fatal Car-Ped Crash At Pecks and Evergreen

April 19, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter

Crash at Pecks

Firefighters worked on the victim at the scene but were unable to revive him.

crash at Pecks

An officer talks with a person of interest several blocks from the crash site.

Everett Police traffic detectives are investigating a fatal crash at Pecks and Evergreen in central Everett.

It happened about 8:45 PM when a man was reportedly hit by a white Honda.

Police located the Honda a few blocks from the scene and are talking with a person of interest.

It was the second fatality crash in the same day for Everett Police who investigated a car-motorcycle fatality crash at Center Road and Highway 99 around 2:00 PM.

Here are a couple of MyEverettNews.com photos.


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11 Responses to “Fatal Car-Ped Crash At Pecks and Evergreen”

  1. Kathy Sauerland Says:

    My son was a witness – the pedestrian was extremely intoxicated and stumbled into the road and was hit. What is more disturbing is while the body was in the street, my son stood over him screaming for help and drivers did not stop but continued to drive around the body.

    • Star81 Says:

      Where is humanity anymore!? I’m so sorry that your son had to deal with this alone, that can be forever haunting. But I’m thankful that your son had the desensy to stay with this man and try to help, it helps me know that there are at least a few people with a heart and common curtesys to mankind.

  2. Star81 Says:

    I live in the gated condominiums across from the Walmart on Hwy. 99 and this is truly becoming a problem! The amount of traffic in this area is heavy and so is the pedestrian traffic the city absolutely NEEDS to install more traffic lights as well as cross walks! I don’t always want to take my truck when I’m running out to grab milk every single day at Walmart, but I sure as heck don’t want to walk half a mile in either direction to use the cross walks either. The traffic has increased greatly with the new establishment call “Bud Hut” and I have no problem with it but I have a problem with the traffic increase that did come with it. We NEED more traffic lights!!!

  3. Judy Says:

    I see people everyday trying to cross by WALMART, they need to go to apartments directly across the street. The only options people have is Airport Rd to the south or 112th St to the north. Not many choices for those who walk is it.

  4. mike Says:

    pedestrian overpasses for highway 99, come on everett let’s do something

  5. Bourne Says:

    Visit Everett to see circus bridges and FOR RENT signs in windows then count your blessings if you leave in one piece.

  6. Sir walks a lot Says:

    INSTALL MORE CROSSWALKS!! Everett city planners are smoked.they need twice as many CROSSWALKS as they have on 99. To any drivers complaining spend a few days walking around everett where your expected to walk a mile to a crosswalk Ya right. If people keep jaywalking in an area add another cross walk!

  7. Diogenes Says:

    I just saw a pedestrian crossing Evergreen across from Fluke (but a couple hundred feet south of the light) wearing dark clothes. How can we get them to stop?

  8. Wa-Fix Says:

    Wow 3 crashes in 1 day and 2 deaths. Looks like this is now an epidemic and the mayor/chief of police need to get involved to figure out how to prevent this from continuing. Distracted driving? Jaywalkers? It’s scarier to walk outside nowadays by threat of being hit by a car!


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