Courtesy of the Redmond Police Department

Rollover collision causes minor injuries

  • Wednesday, July 12, 2017 4:22pm
  • News

The Redmond police and fire departments were on the scene of a rollover collision at 140th Avenue Northeast and Old Redmond Road at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday.

According to the police Twitter page, there were minor injuries. The initial investigation showed that the driver causing the collision was distracted and not looking ahead at the time of the collision, police said. Two single-occupied vehicles were involved, and one driver suffered cuts to his fingers after trying to assist the other driver out of her overturned car through the broken windshield, according to police. She complained of back pain, police said.

Police said they reopened 140th Avenue Northeast about two hours later; it was closed north and south of the collision scene at Old Redmond Road.

Courtesy of the Redmond Police Department

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