Two people were seriously injured after a multiple-car collision on Evergreen Way. (Everett Fire)

Two people were seriously injured after a multiple-car collision on Evergreen Way. (Everett Fire)

1 trapped in car, 2 taken to hospital after crash in Everett

Two people had serious injuries after a collision on Evergreen Way near 50th Street SE.

EVERETT — Two people were transported to hospitals in critical condition after a multiple-car collision in South Everett Wednesday afternoon.

The crash took place during the afternoon commute on Evergreen Way near 50th Street SE, according to the Everett Fire Department. Firefighters worked to free a peson trapped in a car that was pinned against a utility pole.

Other details were not immediately available.

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