A man was killed early this morning after a bar fight spread to a street in Federal Way, police said.
Police say the fight started inside Café Arizona, 2012 S. 320th St., between a group of seven to eight men. The men were kicked out of the restaurant by security, police said.
Once outside, two of the men began to run away, but they were chased by two men who caught up to them and continued the fight, police said. One of the men who had attempted to flee was stabbed and struck by a car driven by one of the suspects, police said.
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The victim, a 34-year-old SeaTac man, was pronounced dead at 2:44 a.m., police said. His name has not been released.
Police said the suspects fled in a green 2001 Ford Mustang, with Washington license plate AHV 4931.
Anyone with information on the suspects or the vehicle should call 911 or contact lead Detective K.C. Krusey at 253-835-6895, or Kristopher.Krusey@cityoffederalway.com