Rain Drips, Jaguar Flips in South Everett

February 12, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter

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The Jag was going south on Airport Road when it lost control.

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Crews from Paine Field Fire responded

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A chain is used to secure the car to a fire engine so it won’t roll onto its top while firefighters check inside.

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A large tow truck from Dick’s is brought in to lift the car out.

Rainy weather, speed and bad tires all may have played a part in causing a Jaguar to flip over an embankment near 100th street and Airport Road. Everett Police officers are still looking into the cause of this one car crash around 10:30 AM. One person was at the scene of the crash when police arrived and he reported there were two other people in the car who ran away after the crash. Firefighters from Paine Field Fire came out, secured and checked the car and then searched the heavy brush for the people who had been inside but they were long gone. Dick’s Towing was called out to use a very large tow truck to retrieve the car and tow it to the police impound yard.

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A chain is hooked to the front and rear axle.

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The car is lifted up.

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The tow operator swings it back to a travel lane.

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The car is cradled and gently set down.

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Now its ready to be towed away…




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7 Responses to “Rain Drips, Jaguar Flips in South Everett”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Eleanore, you are the biggest damn troll on here. I see you on every post. Do you really not have anything better to do than trash on people who crash their cars? Or are you jealous because you don’t have a car and you have to take the bus every day? Get a life. I am tired of seeing you damn name.

  2. Bourne Says:

    “One person was at the scene of the crash when police arrived and he reported there were two other people in the car who ran away after the crash. ”

    There are quite a few reasons people would run away from a crash scene–none of them good.

  3. tWaKKZaKK Says:

    Who are you to assume that the driver was an fool? I personally know the owner of the jag, and who ever was driving couldnt have been an fool. Cause we stay sukka free!

  4. Eleanore Says:

    yet ANOTHER fool driving too fast and ending up in a crash, it seems twice a week now this happens lol