Man dies in crash at 44th St and 212th St SW in Lynnwood on May 24
More reports from our archive:
Traffic on northbound Interstate 5 just north of the Interstate 80 interchange was reduced to a crawl Friday after a truck involved in a high-speed police pursuit crashed.
The driver of the truck is suspected of committing assault in the 220 block of Richards Boulevard at around 9 a.m., according to a Sacramento Police Department statement.
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.
A Kalamazoo man now faces several charges after allegedly leading police on a high-speed chase on the east side of Calhoun County and then crashing.
The chase started in the westbound lanes of the highway near 26 Mile Road near Albion around 10:25 a.m. Tuesday, according to a release from Michigan State Police.
Troopers chased a 2014 Hyundai that was going faster than 125 mph.
Spokane County sheriff’s deputies took a suicidal man wanted for arson into custody Wednesday when his car caught fire following a high speed chase.
A caller reported Brian Olson, 29, was threatening to kill himself near the area of 20000 N. Holcomb Road, according to a news release. Olson had a warrant for his arrest in connection to an arson investigation at 403 W. Barnes Road.
A witness said police told him a high-speed chase preceded a series of violent crashes and an officer-involved shooting that left one man dead and two others injured. Kenner Police have released few details about the fatal shooting.