Car Crash Involving Patrol Vehicle at 3rd Avenue and Stewart Street [Seattle, WA]

Car Crash Involving Patrol Vehicle at 3rd Avenue and Stewart Street [Seattle, WA]

Car Crash Involving Patrol Vehicle at 3rd Avenue and Stewart Street [Seattle, WA]

Injuries Reported in Seattle Two-Car Collision

 
SEATTLE, WA (January 23, 2020)—One driver suffered injuries after his car collided with a patrol vehicle at 3rd Avenue and Stewart Street Tuesday night.
 
According to Seattle Police, a caller reported the crash around 10 p.m.
 
In the investigation, officers learned that a 57-year-old man, driving a Toyota hybrid, collided with a Seattle police SUV vehicle. The man suffered injuries that did not require hospitalization.
 
Meanwhile, the police officer escaped harm.
 
Video footage showed the SUV Patrol vehicle upon a curb along Stewart Street where it mowed down a street sign and crashed into a rental car agency; however, it’s unclear what led to the crash.
 
Drivers are becoming more distracted nowadays. To increase your chances of safety, be a defensive and conscious driver. You will have a greater chance of avoiding a car collision by driving at a safe speed, paying attention to what’s around you, and keeping a considerable distance from other travelers nearby.


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