Five injured after car crashes into WA Energy building in Lynnwood
Posted on Tuesday, June 29th, 2021 at 11:30 am
LYNNWOOD, WA — Five people suffered minor injuries Monday afternoon after a car crashed through a Washington Energy Services building in Lynnwood, according to KOMO News.
A spokesperson with Washington Energy said the driver mistook the gas pedal for the brakes in the 3900 block of 196th Street Southwest.
South County Fire said the five people injured, which include four Washington Energy employees, were taken to local hospitals.
Washington Energy said full services will be provided on Tuesday.
No further information has been reported about the incident.
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