Two Men Injured In Burien Car Crash Friday Night

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The Washington State Patrol reports that two men were injured in a single-car crash in Burien Friday night around 8:20pm.

According to the report, a 45-year-old Burien man was attempting to exit to South 160th Street while heading northbound on SR-509. His vehicle veered off the roadway to the left, struck a tree and ended up resting between the tree and a guardrail.

The driver and his passenger, a 68-year-old SeaTac man, were transported with injuries to Harborview Medical Center.

Both men were said to be wearing seatbelts, and the car was totaled.

The cause of the accident is still under investigation, but police report that drugs or alcohol were definitely involved.

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One Response to “Two Men Injured In Burien Car Crash Friday Night”
  1. Chris says:

    It was alcohol. Confirmed by responders on scene. Smelled like a bar.

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