Everett Police Search For Fatal Hit And Run Driver – Have You Seen This Car?

August 30, 2022

Police Blotter

Photo provided by Everett PD.

Photo provided by Everett PD

On Monday August 15th, 80-year-old Patricia Oman was taking her evening walk along Broadway in the Lowell neighborhood when she was reportedly struck by a vehicle which did not stay at the scene. She was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center in critical condition and according to the Snohomish County Medical Examiner passed away from blunt force injuries on Friday August 19th. Today the Everett Police Department released the following information on social media.

Can you help locate this vehicle?
On August 15th, at approximately 6 30 p.m., the pictured silver SUV was involved in a hit & run collision with a pedestrian that hospitalized the pedestrian, who passed away about a week later. The collision happened in the 5400 block of Broadway. No witnesses got the entire license plate, but a partial plate of “BSW4” (or similar) was provided to the 911 dispatcher. The SUV driver was described as a white female adult with dirty blonde hair and approximately 40-55 years old.

The vehicle’s description was a silver SUV (it appeared to be a 2008-2012 Ford Escape). The SUV didn’t have any identifying features but should have damage to the front of the vehicle on the passenger side (bumper and/or front quarter panel). The headlight on the passenger side may have a lens that is broken and a turn signal lens that was broken in the collision.
If you know anything about this vehicle, please call our tip line (425) 257-8450.

Editor’s Note: Last week we were contacted by the family of Patricia Oman. They are shocked and saddened by this loss and certain someone knows something. Please share this and help bring whomever is responsible for this incident to account. LD


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