The man killed Thursday while biking on Dexter has been identified as Mike Wang, 44, a photographer for a nonprofit who rode his bike to work from his Shoreline home every day, according to the Seattle Times.
A memorial has been set up at the site of the collision at Dexter and Thomas in South Lake Union.
Wang was riding in the bike lane northbound on Dexter around 3:45 p.m. July 29 after leaving the PATH office near Westlake and Denny when a person driving an SUV made a quick left turn onto Thomas, striking Wang. The driver stopped briefly before fleeing the scene.
Police are still looking for the suspect. The vehicle has been described as a brown, American-made SUV with tinted windows and a chrome roof rack.
Wang is the second person to be killed while riding a bike in the region this week. John Przychodzen was killed in Kirkland July 22 after a pickup struck him from behind.
UPDATE 7:52 pm: A ghost bike has been installed at the scene. A steady flow of people has been stopping by to pay their respects.