Everett Mall Way Shut Down After Everett Police SUV and Honda Crash

December 14, 2014

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The crash caused both airbags to deploy.

Everett Mall Way was shut down for a couple of hours Saturday night after an Everett Police SUV and a Honda Collided around 11:30pm. The crash occurred as the Everett Police SUV was westbound on Everett Mall Way when the Honda pulled out of a parking lot. The impact of the crash tore the right front wheel off the SUV and totaled the Honda. The driver of the Everett Police Vehicle and the driver of the Honda were both transported to Providence Regional Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries according to investigators at the scene. They were the only two involved. At this point it’s still early in the investigation and there were no other details available. If we learn more we’ll pass it along. Here are some photos from the scene. Click to enlarge. Copyright MyEverettNews.com. Please do not publish without written consent.


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  2. Laura Reed Says:

    The middle lane to take a left into Trader Joe’s is so incredibly dangerous. No surprise an accident happened there. When you mix a high traffic area that requires you to often take a leap of faith left turn, with impatient people behind you who will honk if you don’t take that leap of faith, you get an accident.

    As we go into the start of winter, I hope people take the time to look for people who are walking by on the sidewalk and cars taking right turns onto Everett Mall Way.

    And for the love of God, people, don’t honk at me for not taking that left turn. Yes, I had time to do it, but I also noticed a pedestrian I would have hit if I did take the turn when you honked at me. Be patient, you don’t need your Two-Buck Chuck and hummus that badly.