Sunday Night Crashes Keep First Responders Busy In Everett, Washington

January 15, 2023

Everett Fire, Police Blotter

This crash was on Madison east of Evergreen Way.

Firefighters used power tools to free the driver from the car.

The driver was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center.

All southbound lanes of Evergreen Way were shut down at 44th.

The vehicle tore out a large portion of the fence.

Firefighters check to make sure the driver was the only one inside.

Two different crashes just a few minutes apart kept firefighters and police in Everett, Washington busy Sunday night.

In the first crash a driver was trapped in their car following a T-bone collision on Madison street just east of Evergreen Way.

Everett Firefighters had to use power tools to free the driver who was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center. The driver of the other vehicle involved was not injured.

The second crash was reported about 20 minutes later and that involved a single vehicle who was southbound on Rucker Avenue and crashed through a fence and went down an embankment in the 4500 block of Evergreen Way (across from the Totem Diner).

The driver of that vehicle was assisted up the embankment by Everett firefighters but did not appear to be suffering any serious injuries.

Both crashes were under investigation by Everett Police at the time of this writing.

Here are some photos of both scenes. Click photo to enlarge.

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