Cyclist injured in Southworth hit-and-run

No clues have been announced by the State Patrol regarding the Aug. 14 incident.

PORT ORCHARD — A bicyclist riding along SE Sedgwick Road near the Southworth Ferry Terminal in the early morning hours Aug. 14 was struck and critically injured by an apparent hit-and-run motorist.

Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Deputy Scott Wilson said a deputy arrived at the scene at 5:08 a.m. to attend to the victim. He was reported to be face down and non-responsive. The incident was reported at 4:55 a.m., Wilson said.

The victim, as yet unidentified, was transported by a South Kitsap Fire and Rescue unit to a nearby hospital. His condition wasn’t immediately known.

The sheriff’s office spokesman said the Washington State Patrol is handling the incident investigation since SE Sedgwick Road is a state highway.

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