Car crashed into side of apartment building, occupants rescued
Posted on Monday, August 10th, 2020 at 12:10 pm
BOTHELL, WA – The Bothell Fire Department rescued occupants out of an apartment building Sunday evening after a car crashed into it.
Crews rescued tenants out of an apartment building earlier today after a motor vehicle collided into the side of the building. No injuries were reported. The building will remain unoccupied until engineers can inspect the structure. pic.twitter.com/5Dk6J8KiXt
— Bothell Fire Department (@BothellFire) August 10, 2020
No one was injured in this accident, but it is unclear why the driver of the car crashed into the building. A photo from the scene shows the white sedan crashed under the staircase and crews rescuing people out of the third floor.
The Bothell Fire Department reported that an engineer will evaluate the structure for safety before the tenants can return safely.
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