A car crash in Issaquah left one teenager with life-threatening injuries around midnight Monday, according to the Washington State Patrol (WSP). That teen was taken to Harborview Medical Center. Two others were hurt seriously after being ejected from a car“The two that were ejected were not wearing seatbelts,” WSP Trooper Rick Johnson told KIRO Newsradio. WSP believes two cars were racing, ran a stop light, and one of the cars hit a third car.
One of the cars racing fled the scene“The driver of the car that left will probably get charged with a minimum of hit-and-run,” Johnson said. Authorities are looking for the driver of that car.
One transported to Harborview with life threatening injuries.Issaquah Reporter, the city has been putting added emphasis on preventing street racing for the past two years. In a statement, Issaquah Police said, “Street racing is not only illegal but extremely unsafe.
Drivers and spectators are often injured because of reckless driving.