Bing Wong Wiki – Bing Wong Biography

A hit-and-run driver fleeing the Secret Service allegedly struck “multiple” people, according to authorities. The agency said its uniformed officers tried to pull over a blue Honda Accord around 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 12, as the driver had an expired license. “A man was tragically killed today by a driver who fled from officers over an expired registration. Police are working to locate the suspect and our condolences to the victim’s family,” said Lt. Paul Mayhair, a spokesman for the Secret Service division.

Shortly after 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, officers from the Uniformed Division of the Secret Service attempted to stop traffic at the intersection of 17th Street NW and Constitution Avenue NW in a vehicle with an expired registration. The suspect indicated that the vehicle would be stopped, but then quickly fled south on 17th Street NW,” the statement read. “The suspect then ran through a red traffic signal and struck multiple people at the crosswalk at 17th Street NW and Constitution Avenue, a short distance from where the traffic stop began,” the New York Post reported.

Bing Wong Age

The age of Bing Wong was 75 year.


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Who killed Bing Wong?

A 75-year-old pedestrian from Philadelphia, Bing Wong, was identified as one of the victims who was struck by the suspect who was fleeing the scene after being detained by Secret Service personnel. He was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition but succumbed to his injuries, US Park Police confirmed on Thursday, July 13.

A 13-year-old girl who was also struck managed to get away from the scene after rescuers treated her for “minor abrasions,” according to police, the New York Post reported. According to WJLA, police visited the home of a local man involved in the deadly crash, but did not find him there. The record shows the car has $720 in unpaid speeding tickets. “[We] are actively seeking all available leads to positively identify the driver of the car involved,” said the spokesman, Lt. James Dingeldein.

The official statement from the Uniformed Division of the Secret Service further stated: “Officers observed the collision and immediately responded to provide assistance to the victim prior to the arrival of DC Fire and Emergency Medical Services. One person was transported from the scene in critical condition and later succumbed to his injuries at an area hospital. The suspect fled in a southerly direction and a BOLO bulletin was transmitted to area law enforcement agencies.Read More……..



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