The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office today identified the victim in last night’s fatal crash on Evergreen Way as a 7-year-old boy from Everett. Due to the boy’s age and the ongoing police investigation, My Everett News did not name the victim. The Medical Examiner said the boy died from blunt force injuries to the head and classified the death as an accident.
Late Wednesday afternoon Everett Police provided the following update…
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office completed the examination of the juvenile passenger who died during a traffic collision on October 30, 2012 and confirmed his identity as Josiah A. Alves, 7 years-old, of Everett, WA. The cause of death is from blunt force injuries to the head.
The driver of the black BMW, a 30 year-old Everett man, has been released from the hospital and investigators say he is the legal guardian of Alves.
The driver of the minivan is a 75 year-old Marysville woman and her condition is currently unknown.
Physical evidence from the incident has been collected and is currently being processed. No charges have been made in this case and detectives continue to investigate the cause of the collision.
A juvenile was killed and two others injured in this crash
Everett Police have issued their final press update of the night on a fatal crash that shut down Evergreen Way Tuesday night. Here it is from Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell…
The Everett Police Department is investigating a fatal collision between three vehicles in Everett on Evergreen Way.
At 6:00 p.m. on October 30, 2012, officers responded to the report of a vehicle collision in the 7800 block of Evergreen Way. Upon arrival, they found two vehicles had been involved in a serious collision. Initial reports indicated a black BMW had been driving erratically southbound on Evergreen Way at a high-speed when it clipped another southbound vehicle. The BMW spun and went into oncoming traffic where a northbound minivan collided with it.
A juvenile passenger in the BMW died at the scene. The drivers of the two vehicles involved in the collision were transported to Providence Medical Center – Colby Campus for what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries. At this time there is no update on either driver’s status.
Detectives were called to the scene to investigate the cause of the collision. It is unknown if alcohol, drugs or health concerns played a part in the incident.
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office responded to the scene and took custody of the body. The Medical Examiner’s Office will identify the deceased and determine the official cause of death.
Both northbound and southbound Evergreen Way were closed for almost two hours to investigate the scene and clear the vehicles. At this time the roadway is open in both directions.
Everett Police are asking for charges against all 3 drivers.
There are many more questions than answers following an accident on Evergreen Way Tuesday night. According to Everett Police spokesman Aaron Snell a car traveling south on Evergreen Way hit multiple vehicles in the area of Bruin Boulevard. A juvenile in one of the vehicles was killed. Other people were injured. Everett Police are investigating whether alcohol was a factor. Evergreen Way remains closed between 75th and 79th while the investigation is underway. Here are some pictures from the scene. More updates as they become available.
Evergreen Way is completely shut down between 79th and 75th as Everett Police investigate an accident in which a juvenile was killed.
Here’s Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell with the initial report from the scene…
A reminder today from HistoryLink.org that on October 30, 1916, 41 members of the Industrial Workers of the World, known as Wobblies, were brutally beaten by citizen deputies in Everett’s Beverly Park neighborhood. The workers were protesting free speech restrictions put in place by the leaders of Everett. The beatings were the pre-cursor to the Everett Massacre that occurred six days later. Two Deputies and five Wobblies died in that gun battle on the Everett Waterfront. Visit HistoryLink.org for the full story.
A lot of smoke but not too much damage this morning as Everett Firefighters were called to a building near the Snohomish river where a piece of equipment caught fire. According to Everett Fire Marshal Rick Robinson, crews were called at 9:40am and the fire was out 11 minutes later. Investigators are working on a cause and damage estimate. There were no injuries.
My Everett News is written by Leland Dart, a long time Snohomish, WA based radio reporter turned hyper-local news publisher. MyEverettNews.com only covers Everett, WA and things happening within the city. MyEverettNews.com is privately owned and operated.