Another Car Vs. Pedestrian Injury Crash In Front Of Everett Wal-Mart

March 14, 2016

Everett, Police Blotter

Editor’s Update, 7:20PM: A little more information from Aaron Snell with Everett Police. An adult female was driving northbound about 4:45 PM when she struck an adult male who was crossing from the east side to the west in the 11400 block of Evergreen Way. The man was not in a crosswalk. The female driver stayed at the scene and cooperated with investigators. The man was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center. Snell says there is no sign of drug or alcohol impairment. No citation is expected.

MyEverettNews.com did a non-scientific survey and found the north entrance to Wal-Mart on Evergreen Way is .25 tenths of a mile south of 112th street which has a controlled crosswalk. The intersection of Center Road and Evergreen Way is .45 tenths of a mile south of 112th. There is not a crosswalk at that intersection. Airport Road and Highway 99 which also has a controlled crosswalk is .60 tenths of a mile south of 112th street. There is a 50 MPH speed limit sign northbound on Evergreen Way just north of Center road. There is a 50 MPH speed limit sign southbound on Evergreen Way in front of the Nissan dealership in the 10500 block of Evergreen. There are seven lanes including center turn and shoulders which are used for turning into multiple driveways.

car vs. pedestrian

There was another car-pedestrian crash in this same spot 9 days ago.

It’s been happening a lot lately and right now two lanes of Evergreen Way are closed as Everett Police Traffic Investigators look into a Car V. Pedestrian crash in the 11400 block of Evergreen Way. The crash happened at 4:45PM and a 27 year old man was taken by Everett Medic unit to Providence Regional Medical Center with serious injuries. There are seven lanes of traffic here with the nearest crosswalk two blocks north. We’ll update when we know more.


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