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Man hit and killed by car while fleeing Everett casino

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EVERETT — A man is dead after he was hit while fleeing an Everett casino Thursday night.


Washington State Patrol deputies say 30-year old Dahai Guan of Federal Way was attempting to leave the Royal Casino, in the 13000 block of State Route 99, with some cards and chips as employees attempted to restrain him.

Guan was able to get away from the employees and ran out into the southbound lanes of the road.  Several cars were able to avoid hitting him before he was struck by a car driven by a 37-year old man from Lynnwood.

Guan was taken to Harborview where he died several hours later.

Deputies say the driver of the car was cooperative and showed no signs of impairment.

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    • Hiara

      Sometimes people could not be more ignorant. he was gambling there many times, he lost his paycheck, many times, he got desperate only he and God knows how much money he has lost there. Gambling addiction is a mental disease.

  • The World is Ending

    Word of advice to avoid getting killed, don't steel and run in to moving traffic… And yes he had to be trying to steel because people get souvenir cards all the time, taking chips that you buy or win is usually ok

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