6 people injured in high-speed T-bone crash on Pacific Hwy ERequest Free Consultation
TACOMA, WA – Six people were injured in a high-speed T-bone collision on the Pacific Highway in Tacoma today, according to the Tacoma Fire Department.
Tacoma Fire Crews responded to a high-speed T-bone MVA at the 3500 block of Pacific Highway East. Crews successfully extricated passengers. Two patients were taken to local hospitals with serious injuries, four others were transported with minor injuries. Please drive carefully! pic.twitter.com/7yhJhXXefH
— Tacoma Fire (@TacomaFire) June 27, 2021
The crash was reported at 6:12 p.m. and happened in the 3500 block of Pacific Hwy E when a white pickup truck collided with the left side of a silver sedan.
Multiple patients were trapped in the wreckage after the crash.
Two victims were taken to the hospital with severe wounds.
Another four people were brought in for the treatment of minor injuries.
No further details are available at this time.