1 sustains serious head injury after 3-car collision on I-5, MLK
Posted on Thursday, December 10th, 2020 at 6:49 pm
SEATTLE, WA – Three people were injured, one with a serious head injury, after a hit-and-run driver caused a collision on northbound I-5 and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Dec. 6.
Here are photos of two cars involved in the collision on I5 and MLK. The driver of the Silver SUV fled the scene after causing the collision. Three passengers in the red SUV were injured. The driver had a serious head injury and all were transported. Detectives are on scene now. pic.twitter.com/nHvmyTZQld
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) December 7, 2020
According to a tweet from Washington State Trooper Rick Johnson, the victims’ car rolled as a result of the impact. The causing driver fled on foot. Johnson did not report whether the causing driver was apprehended.
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