Man dies in crash at 44th St and 212th St SW in Lynnwood on May 24
A 72-year-old man died Friday night after a police pursuit ended in a crash in Lynnwood.
A 72-year-old man died Friday night after his van was struck at high speed by a vehicle driven by a felon fleeing police.
A police chase ended with a crash in Mountlake Terrace on Friday night.
Authorities say police were chasing a man and a woman in a van -- wanted on warrants.
More reports from our archive:
Two people were hurt Tuesday afternoon when a Community Transit bus struck a sport utility vehicle on Highway 99 in Lynnwood.
The crash happened just before 4:30 p.m., Lynnwood police said.
The southbound SUV was making a left turn in the 20400 block of the highway, Community Transit spokesman said.
"The (northbound) bus couldn't stop in time and hit the car and knocked it on its side," he said.
A motorcyclist crashed after a high speed chase with authorities in East Alabama, according to the Lee County sheriff.
Officials say the chase began when the motorcyclist was speeding and deputies attempted to pull him over at the intersection of Lee Road 212 and Lee Road 240 in Lee County.
Officials say the man, later identified as Travis Cooley, 23, then sped off in the wrong direction on Highway 431. The chase ended in a crash at Knowles Road and 5th Street in Russell County.
The motorcyclist was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
According to Police, Davis stole a car belonging to a woman near the intersection of East Ohio and Middle Streets when she left the vehicle to use an ATM. Officers spotted the vehicle near Henderson Street and gave chase. Davis lost control of the car and crossed over a sidewalk, crashing into the steps of the Christian Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church and caught fire. The man was transported to a local hospital where he died.
Deputies in Rockingham County were pursuing a car driven by Christopher Reeves before it crashed near Beldor Road. Reeves is being held in the county jail.
A man and a woman are dead after a high-speed chase that began in Carver County and ended in Eden Prairie early Friday ended with shots being fired, the Minnesota State Patrol said.
The series of dramatic events during the morning rush hour led to the closing of a long stretch of Hwy. 212, a traffic-tangling situation that may continue into the evening commute.