6 Hurt in Hit and Run Crash at 5th and Casino Sunday Night

November 2, 2015

Everett, Police Blotter

Editor’s Update Monday Nov. 2nd 11:00 AM: Everett Police are still looking for the driver who ran from the scene of the crash. The 3 kids who were in the Suburban were transferred from Providence in Everett to Harborview Hospital in Seattle. Their exact injuries and conditions have not been released.

Here are some MyEverettNews.com photos taken from the crash at 5th and West Casino Road Sunday night.

Casino Hit and Run 1

The driver of this SUV ran from the scene.

Casino hit and run

6 people in this vehicle were hurt.

Casino Hit and Run 3

A look how the 2 vehicles ended up.

Casino Hit and run 4

A K-9 was brought in to search for the driver who ran off.

Casino hit and Run 6

5 people were ejected from this Suburban.

Casino Hit and Run 6

Another look at the SUV

Hit and run crash 7

A view of the scene as investigators start their work.

Everett Police are looking for the driver of an SUV that fled the scene of a crash at 5th and Casino Road around 10:30 PM Sunday evening.

6 people in a Chevy Suburban were taken to Providence Regional Medical Center with injuries.

That included at least three children and 2 others who were ejected from the vehicle.

Their injuries ranged from minor to very serious.

The driver of the other vehicle ran from the scene and a K-9 was brought in from Lynnwood PD but was unable to locate that person. It is unknown if that individual was hurt.

Traffic Investigators from Everett Police are on the scene gathering evidence.

Everett Fire received mutual aid from Lynnwood and Mukilteo Fire to help with the six who were injured.

If you know the identity of the driver that fled you are asked to call 9-1-1 or the Everett Police Tip line at 425-257-8450.


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