Deputy Hurt, Suspect Arrested after Multi-Vehicle Crash at 144th Street in Tukwila
Tukwila, WA (August 27, 2020) – Thursday afternoon, a deputy sustained injuries in a multi-vehicle crash following a police pursuit ended at 144th Street and International Boulevard.
The incident happened on Thursday, August 27.
Police say a suspect wanted on an outstanding warrant led them on a pursuit. The chase ended with two separate scenes of multi-vehicle crashes, including a deputy’s cruiser.
The King County Sheriff’s County deputy transported to a local hospital for observation as a precaution.
Moreover, authorities said another scene involving several wrecked vehicles occurred at South 154th Street and International Boulevard.
One patient was seen on an ambulance stretcher. However, the extent of that person’s injuries is not yet known.
At this time, two people were taken into custody. Their identities remain undisclosed.
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