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3 injured after crash into a tree in Woodinville

Nov 15, 2022, 7:23 AM
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(Photo from KIRO 7)
(Photo from KIRO 7)

Three people are at Harborview Medical Center following a crash in Woodinville early this morning.

According to King County Sheriff’s deputies and firefighters from Eastside Fire & Rescue, an SUV crashed into a tree across from the Woodinville Cafe, in the downtown area, around 3 a.m.

Crashes, fire block all lanes of SR 18 for three hours

Officials say the driver was pinned under the steering wheel, and he had critical facial and internal injuries from the accident.

Two passengers — one in the front seat and one in the back seat — were thrown onto the hood of the car.

Their injuries are life-threatening.

There was also a dog in the vehicle, but it was unharmed.

No word from officials has been released on the cause of the crash.

The road remained closed for the investigation into the incident but has since reopened.

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