Everett Car Accident
EVERETT, WA (March 2, 2020) – A vehicle crashed into a fire station on Madison Street in Everett on February 29.
The authorities confirmed that no one sustained injuries after the vehicle struck an Everett fire station.
The incident occurred just before 7:30 p.m. at Fire Station 5, 1600 Madison St.
The Everett Fire Department revealed that the female driver lost control of her vehicle, left the road, drove through a fence and over a rock wall before ramming into the building.
Reports also revealed that the vehicle driver and the two firefighters occupying the room when the collision occurred didn’t sustain any injury.
According to the fire department, crews will not stop working at Fire Station 5 and there are currently no plans to limit operations at the building. A city engineer will also visit the fire station to evaluate the building.
The officials are still investigating to determine why the woman lost control of her vehicle.
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