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Mill Creek accident that injured two remains under investigation

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MILL CREEK -- A car accident that seriously injured two people in Mill Creek on Saturday night remains under investigation.
The crash was reported about 11 p.m. near the 16700 block of the Bothell-Everett Highway, Mill Creek police Sgt. Ian Durkee said.
A car was southbound when the driver somehow lost control and struck a tree, Durkee said.
The driver, a Bothell man, and the passenger, a Bothell woman, had to be cut out of the vehicle, he said. Both were taken by ambulance to a Seattle hospital.
The driver initially was listed in critical condition but has since been upgraded to serious condition. The passenger was listed in stable condition. Their ages were not available.
The crash is being investigated as a possible vehicular assault, Durkee said. Police are waiting on toxicology results. That could take several weeks.
Snohomish County sheriff's collision investigators helped process the scene, he said.
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