SEATTLE, WA — Property damage was reported Monday morning after a vehicle slammed into a building in north Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood, reports KIRO 7 Seattle.
The Seattle Fire Department first reported the wreck in the area of Northeast 73rd Street and Roosevelt Way Northeast at about 9:45 a.m.
It was unclear what led up to the crash, but a driver collided with a brick building occupied by the Larson’s Auto Repair shop.
Occupants in the vehicle and the building was evacuated following the accident. No injuries have been confirmed, but officials said occupants in the vehicle declined transport to a hospital.
A photo taken at the scene suggests extensive damage to the front of the building. Crews with the Seattle Department of Construction & Inspections were expected to evaluate the safety of the structure.
The intersection was shut down and projected to stayed closed until the assessment is completed.
At this time, no pending charges or citations have been reported.
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