A serious accident between a car and motorcycle occurred on Ambaum Blvd. SW near SW 143rd Street in Burien around 5:20 p.m. Thursday, April 27.

Two riders on the motorcycle – one male and one female, both in their 50s – received leg injuries that may include possible breakage. Both were taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with non life-threatening injuries.

Police say that the car was westbound on SW 143rd Street when it made a left turn at a stop sign at Ambaum to head south, then pulled in front of a motorcycle that was northbound on Ambaum.

At this time there is no evidence of impairment on any part.

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2 replies on “Car vs Motorcycle accident on Ambaum injures two early Thursday evening”

  1. The writer of this article sure did minimize the impact this collision had on the riders. I also would like to say, the Harley they were riding was totaled, but may have saved their life. The entire front end of the vehicle was totaled. Driver of car should have his licensed revoked.

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