A truck driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a cement truck rollover collision on northbound I-5 at the on-ramp from I-405 in Lynnwood. (Washington State Patrol)

A truck driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries after a cement truck rollover collision on northbound I-5 at the on-ramp from I-405 in Lynnwood. (Washington State Patrol)

1 injured in cement mixer rollover on freeway in Lynnwood

Troopers believe the Tacoma driver was going too fast when rounding a curve to get onto I-5.

LYNNWOOD — A Tacoma man was injured Friday after a cement mixer truck rolled over on a freeway on-ramp near Lynnwood.

The man, 44, was exiting I-405 and lost control of the truck while rounding the curve to get onto northbound I-5, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Troopers were dispatched at 5:05 a.m. They cited him with negligent driving, with the belief that he was going too fast.

The man was transported to a hospital for treatment, according to a state patrol memo.

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