by: Web Staff Updated:Seattle, Wash. —
Officers are in the process of piecing together exactly what happened after a car fell from the Northeast 80th Street overpass onto southbound Interstate-5.
Seattle Police and Washington State Patrol responded just before midnight to I-5 in North Seattle to investigate a rollover accident. The initial investigation suggests that a male driving a 2008 silver Mazda Sedan went over a guardrail and through a fence sending him off the overpass and onto the southbound lanes of I-5. The vehicle came to a rest on it top.
Officers “are investigating whether any other vehicles were involved or struck during the chain of events and this remains an active investigation,” a Police official said Sunday morning.
The male driver was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment. His condition remains unknown at this time.
KIRO 7 will bring you the latest details as we get them.
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