Everett Fire crews remove entrapped person after car, semi collision
Posted on Friday, November 13th, 2020 at 9:56 am
EVERETT, WA – One person was trapped in their vehicle after a serious injury collision involving a semi-truck and a passenger vehicle on southbound Interstate 5 near 41st St.
Serious injury crash with entrapment between a semi and passenger car northbound I-5 south of 41st street. Multiple @EverettFire rigs arriving on scene. Traffic will be impacted for a while.
— MyEverettNews.com (@MyEverettNews) November 13, 2020
According to a tweet from My Everett News, the accident happened around 10:45 p.m. Thursday. Everett Fire crews worked to extricate one victim from the passenger car. It is not clear how the accident happened or what the extent of the injuries is.
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