Bicyclist who collided with Everett school bus dies

EVERETT — A bicyclist has died from injuries received last week in a collision with a school bus in north Everett.

The man, 52, was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. He died Sunday.

The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has not released the identity of the bicyclist.

The crash happened about 2:15 p.m. on April 25 at the intersection of Wetmore Avenue and 35th Street. The southbound bus was carrying the Everett High School track team to Memorial Stadium, according to the Everett School District.

Police believe the eastbound bicyclist ran the stop sign and collided with the school bus, which did not have a stop sign.

Traffic detectives continue investigating the accident, Everett police officer Aaron Snell said Monday.

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