Injured Girl Left Behind After Motorcycle Crash On Mukilteo Boulevard

April 22, 2018

Police Blotter

Editor’s Update Monday 4-23-18 12:30 PM: Everett Police say the woman injured was 19 years old from Everett. She was transferred from Providence to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with serious but not life-threatening injuries. The motorcycle driver was a 17-year-old from Everett. He and a 17-year-old friend who picked up the bike are both under investigation for their roles in the incident by Everett Traffic Unit detectives. The motorcycle and truck were impounded by Everett Police.

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The scene on Mukilteo Boulevard just west of Harborview Park.

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Motorcycle parts in front of the retaining wall.

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Another look at the retaining wall where the motorcycle crashed.

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The motorcycle in the back of a Ford truck near Narbeck and Mukilteo Boulevard.

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Another look at the bike in the truck.

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Firefighters check over the man who reportedly was driving the motorcycle.

Everett Police officers are still trying to determine the circumstances around a motorcycle crash that seriously injured a girl on Mukilteo Boulevard Sunday night.

About nine o’clock 911 received several calls about a motorcycle crash just west of Harborview Park.

On arrival police and medics found a girl being attended to by people who said she had been the passenger on a motorcycle when it crashed into a retaining wall.

Shortly after the crash a small truck stopped and the motorcycle was put into the bed of the truck and the truck drove west on Mukilteo Boulevard taking away the motorcycle and the person who had been driving it but leaving the injured passenger behind.

The injured girl was transported by medics to Providence Regional Medical Center in very serious condition.

An Everett Police officer located the truck and motorcycle a few minutes later near Narbeck and Mukilteo Boulevard about a half mile west of the crash scene. The two people with the truck were detained.

Police requested an aid crew to check out the man who reportedly had been driving the motorcycle and had scrapes and minor injuries. An ambulance was called to take him to be checked out at Providence.

Everett Police spokesman Aaron Snell tells MyEverettNews.com police are still trying to determine the relationship between the rider and passenger, why the driver of the motorcycle left the scene taking the bike but leaving his passenger behind and whether the two were wearing helmets.

Police are also trying to determine what caused the motorcycle to crash. Police interviewed multiple witnesses at the scene.

Anyone with information or photos is asked to call the Everett Police Tip Line at 425-257-8450.



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