Feliciano Morales Death, Obituary – The man who was killed in an accident that occurred late on Saturday afternoon in the community of Bethany and resulted in the man’s death was the victim of the accident, according to the Washington County Sheriff’s Office. The man was riding a motorcycle at the time of the collision with a car, which took place late in the afternoon. The collision ended up happening. Both of the vehicles were engaged in the collision that took place. The collision that took place in Bethany had both a car and a motorcycle as participants. The two vehicles were involved in the incident together. The collision happened in the middle of the neighborhood.
At approximately 4:45 in the afternoon, witnesses on Northwest Laidlaw Road, which is situated in close proximity to 153rd Terrace, reported to passing motorists that they saw a collision. 153rd Terrace is located in Northwest Seattle. As a direct consequence of being involved in the collision, the motorcyclist who was riding the motorcycle that was damaged in the accident is said to have sustained injuries as a result of the incident. Before the arrival of the emergency medical technicians who were dispatched from a further location, a deputy from the local sheriff’s office began performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and other life-saving measures on the victim. This was done in preparation for the arrival of the professionals.
After being involved in the incident, Feliciano Cruz Morales, 23, a resident of Hillsboro, was pronounced dead at the scene despite the efforts of first responders to save his life, as stated in the statements made by the sheriff’s office. Cruz Morales was pronounced dead despite the fact that he was a Hillsboro resident. The earlier catastrophe was ultimately fatal for him, and he perished as one of its victims. Despite the fact that he was only 23 years old at the time of the incident, the attending physician declared him to be deceased and pronounced him dead. The driver who struck him remained at the scene of the accident after it had taken place, according to the findings of the investigators who looked into the matter.
The Crash Analysis Reconstruction Team (CART) of Washington County, which is responsible for the area, is in charge of supervising and directing the investigation that is currently being carried out at this point in time. For the entirety of the investigation, which lasted for a total of five hours, the section of the road that can be found between Northwest Bethany Boulevard and Northwest Kaiser Road was made completely inaccessible to vehicle traffic. This section of the road is located between Northwest Bethany Boulevard and Northwest Kaiser Road.