4 injured including pedestrian in Seattle hit-and-run car accident

Four people were injured in a two-car accident including a pedestrian who was standing on a corner in the Fremont area of Seattle reports The Seattle Times. The driver of one of the vehicles, a red Nova, fled car accident scene and police are searching for him.

According to the report, the car accident occurred around 11:33 am at Fremont Avenue North and North 39th Street when a SUV and a red Chevy Nova collided. Flying debris from the accident hit the pedestrian, a woman in her 30s. She was taken to Harborview Medical Center for treatment.

Two people in the SUV and a male passenger in the Nova were also taken to Harborview Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.

Many people who live in the area to this intersection say they are not surprised that an accident occurred here because of the intersection design. The intersection has multiple lights and streets converging. See a map of the intersection here.

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