Collision leaves one van on its side, blocks two lanes in Tukwila
Posted on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 at 7:20 pm
TUKWILA, WA – An accident at the intersection of I-5 southbound and I-405 left one vehicle on its side on Tuesday night, according to the Tukwila fire department.
Update on SB I5 at SR 405 Tukwila vehicle collision. The left two lanes will be blocked for an extended period in order to get the one vehicle off its side. WSP and WASHDOT Incident response will be on scene. Please slow down when passing the collision scene. pic.twitter.com/Pqo6TrhwCE
— Tukwilafd (@tukwilafd) February 3, 2021
Tukwila Fire reported via Twitter that the two left lanes of southbound I-5 near the accident scene were closed. Photos from the scene show the King County Metro bus on its side. It is not clear how the accident happened. No injuries were reported.
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