Crash on I-405 near Coal Creek Pkwy causes backup in Bellevue
Posted on Thursday, December 31st, 2020 at 6:14 pm
BELLEVUE, WA – A collision on southbound I-405 just south of Coal Creek Parkway blocked all southbound lanes of the highway Thursday afternoon, causing a significant backup.
All lanes of southbound I-405 are blocked at Coal Creek Parkway in #Bellevue. Traffic is exiting at Coal Creek where drivers can get right back on SB I-5 but this will really back up traffic. Avoid this route for now. pic.twitter.com/MJImgVkO8n
— WSDOT Traffic (@wsdot_traffic) December 31, 2020
According to a tweet from the Washington State Department of Transportation, the accident happened around 1 p.m. It is unclear what caused the accident, but footage from the scene shows a significant first responder presence. WSDOT did not report any injuries.
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