WEST SEATTLE, WA — Authorities were called to a two-car collision Monday evening in West Seattle’s South Delridge neighborhood, according to West Seattle Blog.
The accident occurred at the intersection of Southwest Roxbury Street and 24th Avenue Southwest. By 7:49 p.m., Seattle Police Department officers and Seattle Fire Department crews had responded to the scene.
It was not immediately clear what led up to the wreck, but all of westbound Roxbury Street was blocked in the aftermath. Seattle Metro was forced to re-route the RapidRide H bus line off the span of Roxbury during the response.
By 10:07 p.m., Metro announced that regular bus routing had resumed in the area.
No serious injuries were reported in the incident.
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