3 People Hurt in SUV-Tree Collision on Northeast Woodinville Duvall Road
Woodinville, WA (November 15, 2022) On Tuesday morning, a solo-vehicle crash on Northeast Woodinville Duvall Road injures a passenger and 2 passengers.
Reports say that an SUV crashed into a tree on the 14200 block of Northeast Woodinville Duvall Road across the Woodinville Café.
Eastside Fire & Rescue responded to the scene. Rescuers found a driver trapped ubder the steering wheel of the SUV. While his 2 passengers were ejected onto the hood of the vehicle.
Officials say that the driver suffered facial and internal injuries. Meanwhile, both front and back seat passengers sustained life-threatening injuries.
Paramedics transported all patients to Harborview Medical Center. Officials also found a dog inside the SUV, the dos was unhurt.
Authorities are investigating the SUV-tree collision and have not released additional information at this time.
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