Skagit River Bridge Crash Causes’ Minor Injuries’

Mt. Vernon, WA (November 16, 2021)- Washington State Patrol Trooper Rocky Oliphant said that a crash on Skagit River Bridge has miraculously caused minor injuries.

The crash involved two vehicles, a semi-truck, and a car. 

A car was struck from behind by a semi-truck and folded in half before the semi-truck “came to rest on top of the car,” Oliphant said.

The collision occurred before 11 a.m. Tuesday on Interstate 5 near Mount Vernon.

The southbound lanes of I-5 were reopened after 11:30 a.m., while the northbound lanes were reopened about an hour later.

The entire roadway was initially closed due to the crash.

Although details of the crash are still sketchy, a Monday storm has caused continuous flooding around Mount Vernon.

Source: KING 5

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