Four people injured when stolen vehicle rolls, strikes another car
Posted on Thursday, July 16th, 2020 at 4:32 pm
KENT, WA – Four people were injured Wednesday morning after the driver of a stolen Honda CRV, fleeing police, lost control of the vehicle and struck another car.
According to the Kent Reporter, the accident occurred at the intersection of 132nd Avenue Southeast and Kent Kangley Road.
Kent officers had attempted to pull over the Honda CRV, which had been reported stolen out of Auburn. The driver and his two passengers led police on a short chase before attempting to turn onto Kent Kangley Road, where he flipped the car.
According to the Kent Reporter, two men in the stolen vehicle were in their 20s and the third was in his 40s. One man was ejected from the stolen vehicle from the force of the impact.
The three men were taken to Harborview Medical Center in serious condition.
The driver of the car struck by the Honda was also taken to the hospital with only minor injuries.
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