Rollover accident in Lacey leaves one injured
Posted on Monday, August 17th, 2020 at 5:22 pm
LACEY, WA – At least one person was injured in a rollover accident near Willamette and Marvin NE in Lacey on Monday afternoon.
E35 taking care of a patient who was involved in a rollover accident. Minor injuries. Roundabout at Willamette and Marvin NE partially closed. Long backups. Avoid area or find an alternative route. pic.twitter.com/5MDK5hJih3
— Lacey Fire (@LaceyFireDist3) August 17, 2020
A photo tweeted by Lacey Fire shows a red sedan that had overturned on the roadway. It is not clear what caused the accident or if speed or impairment were factors.
Lacey Fire and EMTs responded to the scene. The accident caused major backups in the area, so drivers are encouraged to take alternate routes.
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