KING COUNTY, WA — A vehicle wreck was reported early Thursday at Renton High School in northeast Renton, according to FOX 13 Seattle.
Renton Police were called to the scene at 1101 Hoquiam Avenue Northeast shortly after receiving a call at about 5:15 a.m.
Few details have been released at this time, but authorities said a school employee arrived on campus to find an unoccupied car crashed through part of the school’s main entrance.
The scene had been cleared at the time of the public report, but footage taken in the aftermath indicate the vehicle bypassed two sets of pillars before striking a glass wall.
No one was reported hurt and the building’s structure appeared intact, but Thursday’s classes were cancelled as a precaution. The school session is expected to resume the following day.
At this time, authorities have not shared information on the striking vehicle or fleeing driver.
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