Bike Rider Hurt in Broadway Crash With Pickup

February 14, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter


A look at the bike.


Everett Patrol Officers are conducting the investigation.

A woman was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett after her bike was hit by a pickup in the 1600 block of Broadway in north Everett.

The crash happened shortly after 8:00 PM in the southbound lanes.

Everett Police patrol officers are investigating.

No word yet on the severity of the woman’s injuries but they are not believed to be life-threatening.

Here are a couple of photos from the scene.

Click photo to enlarge.


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13 Responses to “Bike Rider Hurt in Broadway Crash With Pickup”

  1. Eleanore Says:

    Guess the tweekers aren’t all men…usually you see grown men on childrens bikes riding up and down Broadway…they are multiplying!!

    • Anonymous Says:

      They will matter if they deal with the consequences of their actions on their own. This almost never happens. Bleed your little heart out but I value the things that work hard for and sharing them with some tweaker is not my responsibility. Addicts need the cold shoulder to start repairing their lives anyway. Don’t chastize them but also do not offer them comfort, it is a falsity. You care for their well being and wish that they would so as well. That is the only sentiment or offering that should be given.

      • hello Says:

        Very well said. These people choose not to better their lives and they are well aware of the fact that the system rewards their poor choices, so they have no motivation to quit. Junkies are VERY good at giving a sob story to get money and sympathy.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Shame on all of you !!! They do matter :'(

  3. Anonymous Says:

    If you are in the roadway with no lights on your bike. You are up to no good. But get ready to pay driver. Shared blame? No way.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    You all are f@#$d up not everyone in this world not in Everett are addicts…

  5. Anonymous Says:

    Dark clothing no lights stolen bicycle no helmet high on something are just a few of my assumptions. My crystal ball predicted this along time ago. Broadway is a Zombie loitering Zone and Everett should have specialty signs made to warn those pesky vehicles.

    • Bourne Says:

      I agree. I see no lights on that bicycle.

      Everett will probably shut down that section of road to vehicles because #ZombieLivesMatter

    • Anonymous Says:

      Also very convenient that the bicyclist was hit, probably from a quick getaway from shopping at Safeway, only a few blocks from an ER. Gotta get them FREE pain killers. As for the driver, the real victim, break out your checkbook.