2 hospitalized after head-on crash in Everett

EVERETT — Two people were hospitalized Saturday night after a head-on crash on Rucker Avenue, near 43rd Street SE.

The crash was reported at 5:20 p.m., Everett police officer Aaron Snell said.

A woman was northbound in a sport utility vehicle that collided with a southbound vehicle, he said. The impact sent one of the cars into a nearby gas station, where it caused unknown property damage.

Both drivers were taken to the hospital. Their injuries weren’t believed to be life-threatening.

An investigation was underway and speed was believed to be a factor, Snell said.

Additional details were not available as of 8 p.m. Saturday.

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