Tukwila Fire responds to two-vehicle accident on S 180th St
Posted on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 at 9:29 pm
TUKWILA, WA – Police responded to a collision on S 180th St at Andover Park East early Wednesday morning involving a pickup truck and a sedan.
Tukwila Fire and Police are on scene of a 2 vehicle collision in the area of S 180th St and Andover Park East, please avoid the area, portions of S 180 and Andover Park East are blocked. pic.twitter.com/tbS9WBj1bB
— Tukwilafd (@tukwilafd) January 6, 2021
Police and the fire department arrived on the scene around 3 a.m. on Wednesday. Footage from the accident scene shows a white sedan with damage on its left rear side and a dark pickup truck with damage on its front left side.
Tukwila Fire did not report any injuries. Parts of the area were closed off while police investigated.
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