School Bus Hit By Vehicle, No Injuries Reported

According to the local news, an accident involving a school bus and a small vehicle happened last Tuesday sometime around 8:40 in the morning in Pasco, Washington.

The official reports from the Washington State Patrol reveal that the vehicle hit the school bus at the intersection of Fenway Drive and Road 60. The troopers at the scene announced that three students were on board at the time of the accident but weren’t injured in any way.

Paramedics responded to the call and checked the students without having to transport them to the local Hospital. While the authorities cleared up the road, the kids were taken to the school on another bus.

The Washington State Patrol is still investigating the accident. No details on how the accident took place or whether alcohol or drugs played a role in the collision were revealed to the media.

As a Bellingham car accident lawyer I’m glad to hear there were no injured students as a result of this accident. As a lawyer and a parent, I hold our children’s safety as a priority. I’m certain that the authorities will work hard to investigate this accident and will come to a conclusion on what caused it in a timely manner.

Whenever you or a loved one experiences an accident that was caused by a distracted or erratic driver, contact a personal injury lawyer right away.

School Bus Hit By Vehicle, No Injuries Reported is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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Traffic Jam Caused By Accident Over Deception Pass

The local news outlets have reported that an accident that allegedly happened sometime Monday morning slowed the traffic on Highway 20. According to the Washington State Patrol, a 31-year-old woman from Oak Harbor was driving a Toyota Corolla going southbound on Highway 20 over the Deception Pass Bridge when the vehicle collided with the bridge cables.

The official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that initial call led them to believe this was a hit-and-run accident but as far as the authorities know up to this point, there hasn’t been any evidence that leads to a second vehicle being involved in the collision. The Washington State Patrol is still investigating the causes of the accident.

The driver and her passenger were reportedly taken to the hospital as soon as the authorities arrived at the scene. Both lanes of the Highway 20 had to be shut down some time after 7 a.m. and according to official statements, the road was cleared after 7:30 a.m. when traffic faced some lengthy backups.

As an Everett car accident attorney I sincerely hope that both passenger and driver will recover in a timely manner. Hopefully, the Washington State Patrol will investigate the case throughly so the causes behind the collision may be brought to light.

As a personal injury lawyer I insist that all motorists should be extremely careful during the winter season, specially during the early mornings and nighttime. Visibility issues and harsh winter conditions may cause tragic accidents, stay alert.

Traffic Jam Caused By Accident Over Deception Pass is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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Man with Two Warrants for His Arrest Causes Accident in Everett

According to the Washington State Patrol recent reports and other news sources, the Everett police chased a man who allegedly had two warrants for his arrest. The fleeing man reached 120 mph at a certain moment of the pursuit.

The Washington State Patrol claims that one of their troopers tried to pull over the man for speeding on Interstate 5 just south of Marysville. The vehicle being driven by the man wanted by the authorities was a Jeep Cherokee.

During the chase, the vehicle eluded the trooper while using all lanes of the freeway until the moment he got to Everett. The trooper found it was too dangerous to pursue so he allegedly slowed down when the runaway driver finally hit the back of a pickup while trying to exit.

The pickup belonged to a 72-year-old man from Lake Stevens who was taken to the hospital after the accident. Police stated that they were able to arrest the 47-year-old man from Kent who had drug-related warrants under his belt.

The Washington State Patrol is holding investigations while the man is held in jail.

As an Everett personal injury lawyer I hope that the victim of this accident will leave the hospital in a healthy condition. Whenever you find yourself in a situation similar to this man’s, contact a personal injury lawyer to assist you with your case so those who are truly responsible for your condition may be punished.

Man with Two Warrants for His Arrest Causes Accident in Everett is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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Three-car Accident Jams the traffic on Interstate 5

According to the news and the Washington State Patrol, morning commute just got a little harder for all drivers taking the Interstate 5 in Lynwood this Monday morning.

Some time after 7 a.m., a collision that involved three different vehicles jammed the traffic. As far as we know, there weren’t many details regarding the reasons behind the accident. It is known however that the backup extended for four miles and made all commuters pretty unhappy.

The Washington State Patrol is still investigating the crash since there were no reports on how it all started or whose fault it might have been. Road conditions or technical issues with the cars could also have influenced the crash.

As a Bellevue car accident lawyer I sincerely hope there aren’t any severe injuries reported from this accident. Although it may have caused a great deal of delay to all commuters who happened to travel through that area, the most important thing is to keep anyone from getting hurt.

Any accident that might have been caused by a third party and that has put your life at risk should be dealt by a professional car accident lawyer that will expose the other driver’s negligence and assist you with your case.

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