1 Injured in Flaming Geyser Road Crash [Auburn, WA]

1 Injured in Flaming Geyser Road Crash [Auburn, WA]

Person Transported Following Vehicle Crash in Green River

Auburn, WA (March 4, 2024) – A person was injured following a Flaming Geyser Road crash Saturday afternoon.

Puget Sound Fire crew responded at 5:49 p.m. to an accident in the 23700 block area wherein a car fell down a 20-foot embankment.

The accident report noted that a large portion of the vehicle was in Green River.

Immediately, the paramedics treated the patient with serious injuries at the scene. He was then transported to a Seattle area hospital.

Troopers are investigating.

Always Keep Your Eyes on The Road

Traffic accidents can be prevented. Keeping our car’s roadworthiness can help us avoid road mishaps as we travel. Always check the tires, oil, brake fluid, mirrors, brakes, and air filters regularly.

Keeping the road safe is a shared responsibility. It is important to keep an eye out for those who are on the road with you.


Injuries Reported in Flaming Geyser Road Crash

Did you know that state laws forbid cell phone use while driving? That is because distracted drivers cause more than 80% of road accidents.

Frankly, an accident-free life is never promised. Even so, having connections to legal experts can dictate the severity of the aftermath.

Therefore, you should know how to proceed in case you find yourself injured in a traffic accident.

Here are some of the things that we need to do in case of an accident.

  • Seek medical attention if you sustained injuries.
  • Next, get to a safe place to prevent further damage or injury.
  • Then, collect as much information as possible: insurance and contact information of people involved in the accident and pictures/videos of vehicles involved.
  • Also, do not forget documentation of the fault, and whatever else can be used as evidence.
  • Filing a police report or incident report by calling 911 is necessary.
  • Finally, hire an experienced personal injury attorney from Sweet Lawyers.

Reach out to Sweet Lawyers at (800) 674-7852 if you or a loved one have incurred injuries following a disastrous collision similar to the Flaming Geyser Road crash.

Crashes are indeed inconvenient, to say the least; however, reaching out for help can guarantee you don’t suffer further. Our legal team would be delighted to guide you with your legal concerns.

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