Minors involved in potentially deadly, multi-vehicle accident
Posted on Friday, June 26th, 2020 at 3:03 pm
SPOKANE, WA – Last Saturday afternoon, a T-bone accident involving three cars sent at least three juveniles to the hospital, according to Officer Craig Hamilton of the Spokane Police Department.
The Spokesman-Review reported that the accident occurred at the 8000 block of North Division Street on the afternoon of June 20.
Witnesses reported that one of the three cars involved pulled into oncoming traffic, though it is not yet clear what else contributed to the accident.
At least three minors were transported to the local hospital for treatment of serious injuries. Their identities have not yet been released to the public.
Spokane police do not consider substance abuse or reckless driving to be factors in the accident.
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