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VRFA: Car over an embankment; driver has non-threatening injuries

  • Thursday, August 22, 2019 12:29pm
  • News

Valley Regional Fire Authority Engines 33 and 38 and King County Medics responded to a car-over-the-embankment incident at Lake Tapps Parkway and East Valley Highway Thursday morning.

Firefighters brought the single occupant, a woman, to the top of the embankment, where medics evaluated and treated her, the VRFA tweeted. Medics transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-threatening injuries.

The Auburn Reporter will update this story when new information is available.

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