SNOHOMISH COUNTY, WA — Five people were sent to a hospital Tuesday morning after a two-vehicle collision on Interstate 5 near northeast Lynnwood, according to Lynnwood Today.
The wreck occurred on the northbound interstate at 164th Street Southwest, shortly before 10:00 a.m.
A preliminary investigation by the Washington State Patrol indicates a 35-year-old man was driving northbound when he veered left into another vehicle. The impact of the crash caused the second vehicle to hit the offramp wall, which sent the car onto the 164th Street Southwest exit ramp.
The first car was sent swerving across all traffic lanes before striking the jersey barrier along the right shoulder.
Four occupants in the second vehicle, including the 36-year-old female driver, her 27-year-old female passenger, and two juvenile passengers, were transported to Everett’s Providence Hospital. The extent of their injuries remains undisclosed.
The driver of the striking vehicle was not reported injured, but it was unclear whether he or any of his potential passengers were taken to a hospital.
As of this writing, no pending charges or citations have been reported.
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