Multi-Vehicle Crash in Spokane Injures 5 People
SPOKANE, WA (June 22, 2020) — A multi-car accident on Division Street injured five people in North Spokane on Saturday.
The Washington State Patrol reported that the crash was serious in nature. It happened north of Lincoln Road and involved at least three cars.
There was no available information as to the number of people involved. However, the troopers said four of the injured parties were under 18 years old. Their names have not been made public.
It was not immediately clear what caused the crash and how it happened. Whether drugs or alcohol played a role was also not immediately determined. The authorities are conducting further investigation.
Meantime, the wreck blocked both directions of Highway 2 and North Division Street. The roadway reopened after crews cleared the scene.
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