1 Killed in Federal Way Auto Accident on 320th Street and 43rd Place
FEDERAL WAY, WA (September 5, 2021) – Thursday night, a man died in a tow truck crash on 320th Street and 43rd Place.
According to Cmdr. Kurt Schwan of Federal Way Police, the incident happened at around 7:00 p.m. Moreover, it occurred at the 4300 block of SW 320th Street at 43rd Place SW.
Reports revealed that a westbound tow truck made a left turn onto SW 320th Street. Then, it collided with an eastbound two-door sedan.
Furthermore, South King Fire and Rescue personnel responded to the scene. Then, they provided aid to the 27-year-old driver of the sedan. Afterward, paramedics pronounced the victim dead at the scene.
Moreover, the tow truck driver sustained no injuries in the crash.
Meanwhile, officials do not believe that alcohol or drugs played a role in the crash.
Also, the incident closed eastbound SW 320th Street.
The Federal Way’s Major Accident Investigation Team investigates the crash.
Our sympathies are extended to the family and friends of the victim.
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