KING COUNTY, WA — At least two people were hurt Wednesday afternoon in a crash involving five vehicles on Interstate 405 near north Kirkland, according to KIRO 7 News.
The accident occurred on the northbound lanes just south of Northeast 160th Street. It was first reported by the Washington State Patrol shortly after 5:00 p.m.
It was not immediately clear what led up to the collision, but authorities said one person suffered a possible broken ankle. Another patient sustained injuries that required them to be pulled from a car.
No other injuries have been indicated as of this writing.
Four left lanes, including the HOV lanes, were shut down during the emergency response, causing a long traffic backup.
Authorities have not released further details, but an investigation into the cause of the crash was underway.
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