Driver collides with tow truck after prior crash on Ship Canal Bridge
Posted on Wednesday, October 13th, 2021 at 4:50 pm
SEATTLE, WA — Serious damages were reported Monday night after a suspected DUI driver crashed into a tow truck at a crash site on Seattle’s Ship Canal Bridge, reports Washington State Patrol.
So. #DoNotDriveImpaired. This was NB 5 Ship Canal. A suspected impaired driver ran into a tow truck at a collision scene. Their mirror is stuck in the side of the tow truck!! Thankfully no injuries! pic.twitter.com/7C5t6gEnop
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) October 12, 2021
The incident took place on a span of Interstate 5 in north Seattle. It was first reported by Trooper Rick Johnson at 9:33 p.m.
Photos shared by the trooper show the driver’s side mirror lodged into the side of the tow truck.
Authorities confirmed no injuries were sustained by the drivers or anyone else at the scene.
No other details have been released regarding possible charges against the suspected DUI driver.
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