A woman biking on Highway 112 three miles west of Port Angeles was killed Sunday afternoon when a car struck her from behind.
The driver, Marylan A. Thayer, 65, is not suspected to have been under the influence, according to Peninsula Daily News.
The victim, who has not yet been publicly identified, was wearing a neon yellow safety jacket and riding a mountain bike at the time of the collision.
UPDATE 8:10 pm: The victim has been identified as Marian M. Byse, 65, of Port Angeles, according to Peninsula Daily News. Condolences to her friends and family.
Her death was the second in the Puget Sound region in just two days. One person was killed Saturday while biking on the Ave in the University District.
The deaths are the latest in what is one of the most devastating summers the region has seen in years.
John Przychodzen was struck from behind and killed while cycling in Kirkland July 22.
Mike Wang was struck and killed by a turning SUV on Dexter July 29. The driver fled the scene and has yet to be found.
Brian Fairbrother died nine days after an August 30 crash on a staircase near Fairview Ave N.
Donald David Moore, 65 of Ephrata, was killed September 2 while cycling on State Route 243 north of Mattawa.
George Demendoza, 69, of Federal Way died after being struck by a car August 4 in Renton.
Condolences to the many friends and family members who have lost someone dear to them this summer.