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Fire District 7 responds to vehicle through fence

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Published:2017-03-17 Fire
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Fire District 7 responds to vehicle through fence

At 10:41 pm last night, Fire District 7 was dispatched to a report of a high speed single motor vehicle collision through a fence at the 4800 block of 169th St SE.

When crews arrived on scene they found one vehicle through a fence with severe damage to the vehicle. The two patients self-extricated and were lying next to the vehicle when firefighters arrived.

Ladder 72 worked to secure the vehicle and assisted Medic 71, Medic 76, Engine 77 and Medic 13 worked on patient care. One patient was transported in critical condition to Harborview Medical Center. The second patient was transported to Providence in Everett by medic unit.

Snohomish County Sheriffs Officers were also on scene to assist.




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