Seattle traffic deaths show no sign of slowing as second bicyclist fatally struck this year
Ten people have been killed on Seattle's roads in 2022, according to the Seattle Department of Transportation, outpacing the number of deaths at this time last year and the year before. - Daniel Kim/The Seattle Times/TNS

SEATTLE — Gan Hao Li rode his bike every day, sometimes two or three times. And every day on his way out the door, he'd smile and wave to Marena Ostbo, the manager of Hirabayashi Place in Seattle's Chinatown International District. Wednesday, May 10, was no different. "He stopped, smiled, said, 'Good morning, enjoy the sunshine,' and left," Ostbo said. Except this time, Li, 73, didn't return. He was killed around 10:30 that morning in Sodo, when a Jeep driver pulled out of a parking lot on Fourth Avenue South and South Holgate Street and hit him, according to the Seattle Police Department. Li ...