SEATTLE — A man was killed in a three-vehicle crash involving an ambulance in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood. One of the drivers was arrested.
See photos from the scene here.
The crash happened at James and Boren at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Seattle police said an Acura sedan was speeding westbound on James when it struck a Toyota Prius heading south on Boren.
The impact from the crash caused both cars to strike an AMR ambulance as it was slowing to stop at the intersection.
The 60-year-old driver of the Prius died at the scene. Police said the 27-year-old driver of the Acura showed signs of impairment and was arrested on charges of vehicular homicide.
None of the five people in the ambulance, including one patient, were not hurt in the crash.
Driver of this Toyota Prius died in crash involving 3 vehicles in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood. pic.twitter.com/7duhBB4vju— Nick McGurk (@NickMcGurkTV) March 16, 2016
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