Robert J. Flubacher died in traffic: Police

Authorities investigating the death of Robert J. Flubacher.

Authorities investigating the death of Robert J. Flubacher.

A driver fatally stabbed a suspect in an attempted murder who was traveling on a highway, according to authorities in Washington state. The police identified the dead man as Robert J. Flubacher55.

Police in Longview City speak Flubacher attempted to kill a younger man on Friday. Officers said they received a call regarding a fight on the 400 block of 17th Avenue.

“Initial 911 callers reported that multiple people involved were armed, including a knife and a baseball bat,” Longview Police said.

Police said the driver of the black Dodge Caliber, identified as Flubacher, sped past an oncoming police vehicle and successfully fled. Authorities said he repeatedly tried to stab a 25-year-old man and threatened to kill him.

Police said: “Officers interviewed this reported victim. “There were many witnesses in the area who witnessed the incident. By this time, officers had discovered possible causes for attempted murder and countless other serious crimes. “

A detective found the Dodge on the 1400th block of Beech Street. Again, patrols responded, and again, Flubacher is said to have sped, this time toward Interstate 5. He allegedly led law enforcement. rules in a chase at more than 100 miles per hour.

The Washington State Patrol gave a 20-mile chase, according to officials in a KOIN report. The Woodland Police Department removed Dodge using nail strips, but officers say Flubacher continued the escape attempt on foot. That’s when the chase comes to its final, life-and-death stage.

Officers said Flubacher ran through southbound lanes into northbound lanes. Another driver, identified as a 43-year-old woman, hit and killed him at “highway speed,” police said.

“If you can imagine driving down a highway at highway speed and then hitting someone, that would be very detrimental not only emotionally but also physically.” with any vehicle that is hitting a pedestrian,” Washington State Patrol Soldier Will Finn speak.

[Screenshot via KOIN]

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