Two women seriously injured in violent Everett car accident

Seattle’s King5.com reports that two women were critically injured in a two-car accident in the 8100 block of Evergreen Way at 79th Place on Thursday night around 10:30pm.

According to the report, the women were turning into the K-Mart parking lot when a Pontiac GTO crashed into their Ford Taurus, tearing it in half. The rear of the Taurus burst into flames after impact.

Everett Police Lieutenant Rod Sniffen reported that the two women had to be extricated from the Taurus using the Jaws of Life.

Police are investigating the cause of the car accident and whether alcohol or drugs was involved. It is probably safe to assume that the GTO was speeding because the results of the crash was so violent. The driver of the GTO and passenger did not appear to be injured.

A person who is involved in a car accident where someone is seriously injured or killed can be charged with Vehicular Assault if it is determined that they were driving with reckless disregard of the safety of others or driving under the influence.

In addition, the car accident victims can sue for damages to cover medical costs, loss of wages and for pain and suffering.

If you or a loved one has been seriously injured in a car accident, contact The Farber Law Group. We have more than 30 years experience representing car accident victims and their families.

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