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1 Hospitalized after a Fiery Crash on 174th Avenue [Woodinville, WA]

1 Hospitalized after a Fiery Crash on 174th Avenue [Woodinville, WA]

1 Injured in Woodinville Car Crash

 
WOODINVILLE, WA (December 9, 2019) – A person sustained injuries in a fiery crash on 174th Avenue on December 6.
 
According to reports, the driver managed to get out of the fiery crash after crashing his car into a power pole.
 
The incident occurred around 12:30 a.m. from the 17500 block of 174th Ave NE. Upon the emergency crews’ arrival, they located the car engulfed with fire and some power lines knocked down.
 
Catherine Breault with Woodinville Fire & Rescue said that the driver went off the vehicle before it caught fire. However, the crews could not put off the fire until Puget Sound Energy could assure that the power lines were safe.
 
Responders took the driver to a local hospital with injuries.
 
Meanwhile, the detectives believe that the driver traveled at 50 mph when she crashed into the pole. It is still unclear whether the driver suffered impairment at the time of the crash.
 
Habits like distracted driving, speeding and DUI can lead to road accidents. Such habits are causes of disastrous incidents involving major injuries, damage and deaths. As a result, it is important to drive defensively/abide by all driving laws. This is to ensure your safety and the safety of others.


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