5 injured in accident on I-5 onramp in Marysville

MARYSVILLE — State Patrol troopers are investigating the cause of an accident near midnight Saturday that sent five people to the hospital.

One person — a man whose age and hometown were not available — was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

The other four men were taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett, according to a State Patrol accident memo.

Troopers said the crash occurred on the southbound onramp to I-5 just south of Fourth Street in Marysville.

A 1997 Acura driven by an Everett man, 25, was stopped in one of the lanes with its headlights off when it was hit by a 1994 Ford pickup that was changing lanes. The pickup was driven by an Everett man, 54.

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