Multiple vehicles involved in Seattle wrong-way crash
Posted on Monday, June 14th, 2021 at 11:57 am
SEATTLE, WA — Multiple vehicles were involved in a wrong-way crash on State Route 509 southbound Sunday morning in Seattle, according to Trooper Rick Johnson, a District 2 Public Information Officer with the Washington State Patrol.
This collision happened at 5am SB 509 near 128th. Vehicle wrong way in the SB lanes and struck two vehicles. Possible broken foot in victim vehicle. Investigating whether impairment involved. All lanes blocked for another 60 mins. pic.twitter.com/voLRwrXBz2
— Trooper Rick Johnson (@wspd2pio) June 13, 2021
The incident occurred near South 128th Street and was reported around 8:38 a.m.
Trooper Johnson said the at-fault vehicle was traveling the wrong way along the southbound lanes and collided with two vehicles.
One person in a victim vehicle is reported to have possibly broken a foot.
An investigation is underway to determine whether or not impairment played a role.
The incident caused all lanes to be blocked for at least one hour.
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