Drowsy driver falls asleep at wheel, crashes into disabled vehicle on I-5
Posted on Wednesday, December 16th, 2020 at 1:31 pm
LYNNWOOD, WA – No one was injured after a drowsy driver drifted off the road and into the shoulder of Interstate 5 in Lynnwood on Wednesday morning.
Fortunately there were no injuries when a driver fell asleep, drifted off the road and struck this disabled vehicle on I-5 in Lynnwood. If you’re feeling tired, get off the road and park your car. RO pic.twitter.com/PpZHfbHTPV
— Trooper H. Axtman (@wspd7pio) December 16, 2020
The accident happened around 8 a.m. It is not clear whether any charges will be filed against the causing driver. The disabled vehicle that was struck is pictured in a tweet from Trooper Heather Axtman with damage on the left side.
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