Injuries reported following chain-reaction crash in Issaquah
Posted on Tuesday, May 11th, 2021 at 3:38 pm
ISSAQUAH, WA – The Washington State Patrol responded to a chain-reaction crash with resulting injuries on I-90 early yesterday evening, according to District 2 PIO Trooper Rick Johnson.
So a spare tire came off a travel trailer and a semi hit it and a diesel tank was punctured. Three vehicles slid off the road to include this van. Minor injuries. This is WB 90 near Sunset in #Issaquah. pic.twitter.com/8oIsEI5EO9
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) May 11, 2021
A travel trailer had been traveling westbound on I-90 when it lost a tire near E Sunset Way. The loose tire collided with a semi, gashing its fuel tank and creating a diesel spill that caused three other vehicles to spin off the roadway. Fortunately, only minor injuries were reported.
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