Woman escapes injury in vehicle fire on I-5 in Tacoma
Posted on Monday, April 5th, 2021 at 11:02 am
TACOMA, WA – According to Washington State Trooper Robert Reyer, authorities were on the scene of a vehicle fire on Interstate 5 on Monday morning.
The incident was reported in the northbound lanes near Mounts Road at about 6 a.m.
The two righthand lanes were blocked off by authorities as they knocked back the visible flames. State troopers were also on the scene.
One person, a woman, was being attended to by medics but was ultimately not injured.
The area has since reopened.
🚨Vehicle on fire North I-5, just north of Mounts Rd (MP 117). Troopers and firefighters at the scene. Two right lanes blocked. Expect delays pic.twitter.com/t4NciPKhdB
— Trooper Robert Reyer (@wspd1pio) April 5, 2021
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