EVERETT, WA – Three People Hospitalized in Pedestrian Accident on Hewitt Avenue


EVERETT, WA - Three People Hospitalized in Pedestrian Accident on Hewitt Avenue
EVERETT, WA - Three People Hospitalized in Pedestrian Accident on Hewitt Avenue EVERETT, WA – Three People Hospitalized in Pedestrian Accident on Hewitt Avenue

Pedestrian Crash After Everett Silvertips Game in Downtown Everett on Hewitt and Rockefeller Avenues

 
EVERETT, WA (January 26, 2018) – Two pedestrians were hit by a car on Hewitt and Rockefeller Avenues in Downtown Everett near the Angels of the Winds Arena, around 10 PM on Friday night.
 
A husband and wife were walking on the crosswalk after leaving an Everett Silvertips game, when a vehicle going north on Rockefeller Ave at Hewitt hit them. The couple sustained injuries and was taken to the Providence Regional Medical Center. The driver, an elderly man, was also hospitalized after complaining about a medical issue, which may have been the cause of the accident.
 
Hewitt was shutdown between Oakes and Rockefeller avenues while an investigation took place and victims were taken for medical attention. Roads reopened at around 11:30 PM that same evening.
 
The husband was released from the hospital on Saturday, while his wife was transferred to the Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with non-life threatening injuries.
 
No other information has been provided by authorities at this time.
 
Always keep an eye out for pedestrians while driving on the road, especially in a busy city or after a sports event. If you find yourself feeling unwell while driving, the best thing to do is to pull over and take a break. If symptoms don’t subside, call for medical help.


If you or someone you love has been injured in a pedestrian accident, contact the personal injury lawyers at Sweet Law Group. Our attorneys and professional legal team will work day and night, until we achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve. Call now for a free consultation and one of our many convenient locations (800) 203-3061. You can reach us through text message, chat, phone call, and email, 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week.
 

 

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