Three-Car Crash on Northeast 175th and 10th Avenue Northeast Left 1 Woman Hospitalized
Shoreline, WA (May 15, 2020)– A multi-car crash on Northeast 175th and 10th Avenue Northeast left a woman with serious injuries on Wednesday.
Authorities revealed the victim as a 61-year-old woman, injured from the crash on May 13 at around 4:00 p.m. Reports said that there were at least three vehicles involved in the collision.
Deputies arrived at the scene and took over the incident. Upon investigation, the King County Sheriff’s Office concluded that the crash seemed to be an accident.
Drivers of the involved vehicles remained at the scene and helped with the investigation.
Furthermore, the female victim sustained life-threatening injuries due to the extent of the crash. She was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatments.
The investigation prompted the closure of NE 175th from 8th to 10th Avenue NE.
Due to the lack of details, the events leading up to the crash on Northeast 175th and 10th Avenue remain unclear. Further information will be released once available.
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