3 Hurt In Rollover 112th and Airport Road

February 15, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter

3 hurt

At least one person was ejected from this car.

3 people were transported to the hospital after a car flipped on southbound Airport road at 112th street.

At least one person was ejected. The crash happened about 7:30 AM. Details were scarce as officers and firefighters had their hands full working with the scene. Here are some photos taken by MyEverettNews.com.

3 hurt

3 hurt

3 hurt




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30 Responses to “3 Hurt In Rollover 112th and Airport Road”

  1. A Says:

    Going the posted speed limit is for dry road conditions!! If your not from Washington, I’ll help you out, SLOW DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Posted speed limit is for dry road conditions SLOW DoWN when the sky is leaking wet stuff!!!!! And your car is not a race car by the way, SLOW DOWN!!!!!!!!!!!!! Stop being so stupid. Glad ya only wrecked your car and only sent your people to the hospital!!!!! Stop being selfish and brainless. Speeding was a factor, stop saying it wasn’t. Just stop !!

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Falcons thinks we should buy new tires once a year. My tires are FLAT, no tread, and my car is completely safe because I drive within its limits. The speed limit. I can stop just as fast I did when they were new. Hydroplane? Look at the road your driving on, big puddle? Slow down before it. If you are obeying all of the laws that we have in place, you have zero problems.
    I’ll buy your tires Evo guy, I need some better tread.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Yo player how’s them racing slicks working out for you. Fast N Furious Tokyo Drift was a movie and we live in reality. Get yourself a bus pass and count your blessings.

  4. Falco Says:

    …Is everyone OK? Yup.
    Alright, now then, the driver of the Evo should receive a large ticket for driving on those bald tires, they are just ridiculous. If this state focused more on ticketing unsafe vehicles(bald tires, proper tire pressure, cracked windshields, etc) we would have fewer bad traffic accidents. Stop focusing on HOV lane violations, phones and seat belts. Focus on the car and how safe it is to be on our highways. That crappy Evo shouldve never been on the road in the first place with those. Can’t they tell just by driving(especially a car with that much power) that they aren’t getting the traction they should be getting? And even more so in todays rain! Glad everyone is OK but come on people lets focus on the root of the problem here.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    We all went to the hospital and had rooms right next to eachother, no major injuries, cuts bruises and so on. We all are so grateful no one else was involved and that we could all walk away from this accident.

    If any of the staff happen to read this, I want to say thank you for all your hard work and emergency response, not everyone can do the job you do and no amount of money can repay you for the value you provide. Thank you so much

    • Ashley Says:

      Glad you guys were all ok. Me and my crew left when the first responder got there. Was curious of your condition. You guys seemed to look ok but you never know.

  6. Anonymous Says:

    How about we all be grateful that the people who were in the vehicle are all OK instead of everyone talking about the tires or speed. Also, why stereotype the driver just because of the car?

    • Eleanore Says:

      Oh calm down

      • Anonymous Says:

        What do I need to calm down about? I’m just staying that there are more important things to worry about with this than talking crap.

    • Eleanore Says:

      Bald tires are bald tires

      • Anonymous Says:

        I understand that but ya still don’t have to speculate about that and the driver being a bad driver. That’s what you’re not getting. Be grateful they are all OK is what I’m saying. I didn’t think that was such a bad thing to do.

  7. jlksip Says:

    I’m glad to hear that the passengers are okay. I would point out that it did have something to do with the driver. . . Check the condition of your tires folks. almost no tread on the rear tires. Treat helps water displace. Without tread, your rear tires are much more likely to hydroplane.

  8. Anonymous Says:

    13

  9. Anonymous Says:

    We’re all alive and safe

    • Eleanore Says:

      Glad to hear it, I take back the idiot driver comment…but they are out there and you need to watch out for them!!

    • Anonymous Says:

      I’m glad you are all safe. Was very worried when I saw and heard about what happened.

  10. Bourne Says:

    News would be a day when there is not a rollover crash in South Everett.

  11. Fred Says:

    That wing is stock on that car (A Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution), and it produces downforce in the rear to aid in traction at speed. It is AWD by the way.

  12. Anonymous Says:

    What does the resident expert Eleanor think conspired here?

    • Eleanore Says:

      My guess would be speed and the weather…more idiots behind the wheel. by the way spell my name right if you’re going to use it

      • Bingo Says:

        Are you really just talking to yourself?

        My amazing expertise is that the wing on the car caused a lift in the inspiration of what is called “Airport Road”. Maybe needs more jiggawattage?

    • Anonymous Says:

      the driver is a close family friend,I am happy to report all are OK, person ejected is a little banged up with minor injuries. It had absolutely NOTING to do with an idiot behind the wheel, the vehicle was following the speed limit but hydroplaned and lost control,they spun and they hit a bank and flipped over.

      • Anonymous Says:

        Im glad everyone is OK. People, dont buy cheap tires and dont drive on cheap tires with marginalized tread depth.

        Those tires are dreadfully worn. Should have been replaced a year ago especially with all of the NW rain we get up here. Proper tread depth tires would have saved this crash. Also federal 595’s (yes I recognize the tire brand and model based on the tread pattern) are a terrible cheap asian tire with a propensity to be UNSAFE in the wet even when new.

      • Bourne Says:

        People wearing seatbelts properly are usually not ejected from vehicles.

      • Bourne Says:

        but thanks for raising all safe drivers insurance rates all the same.

      • Ashley Says:

        I was the truck behind this vehicle. Glad everyone ended up ok. The way the car flew in front of me I was afraid in walking up to the car what I might see but everyone coming out the trunk looked in decent condition. Glad all is well.

      • Ashley Says:

        Oh. And thank god he WASNT wearing a seat belt or he would not be here!!!! U should see where is was sitting!

      • Adam Says:

        No way, absolutely not… I showed up moments after the incident… I saw the squad cars and the e fine appear. This is a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII (Evo 8) it is an AWD rally-based sedan… There is absolutely no chance in Hell that this car would hydroplane in these conditions if it were driving the speed limit. Plus, the car itself is absolutely destroyed. The driver was definitely driving aggressively to end up like this…probably showing off to his passengers.