Crews respond to three-car rollover crash involving children
Posted on Monday, August 10th, 2020 at 11:53 am
FEDERAL WAY, WA – A family of five, including three children, were injured in a three-car rollover crash on Friday morning at the intersection of 19th Ave SW and SW Campus.
@Southkingfire and @FedWayPD responded to a 3 vehicle rollover collision at 19th Ave SW and SW Campus this morning. A family of 5, including 3 small children, were in the vehicle that rolled over. By miracle they only received very minor injuries. pic.twitter.com/5u9wr7ltpd
— South Sound News Photog (@SouthSoundNews) August 7, 2020
South Sound News tweeted photos of the accident, which showed a blue Jeep, silver sedan, and a red Dodge Durango that had flipped over in the accident. The family of five had been in the Dodge, but luckily they only sustained minor injuries.
South King Fire and Federal Way police arrived on the scene Friday morning and evaluated those involved for injuries. Federal Way police are investigating the cause of the accident. The family was transported to the hospital for further evaluation, but everyone is expected to be okay.
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