The driver of a stolen BMW allegedly led Washington State Patrol troopers on a chase on I-5 near Marysville into Everett. The car crashed into another near an off ramp in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)

The driver of a stolen BMW allegedly led Washington State Patrol troopers on a chase on I-5 near Marysville into Everett. The car crashed into another near an off ramp in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)

Car chase near Marysville ends in crash, arrest in Everett

A reportedly stolen BMW reached 86 mph on I-5 before crashing into another car on 41st Street.

EVERETT — A high-speed chase that started in Marysville ended with injuries to a woman whose car was crashed into on an off ramp Saturday night in Everett.

Troopers with the Washington State Patrol were following a reportedly stolen BMW before 7 p.m. near Marysville on southbound I-5. The car’s driver allegedly was speeding at 86 mph on the 60 mph freeway when the car pulled out of sight near 41st Street and the pursuit was canceled, the State Patrol said.

Then the BMW crashed into a Honda sedan on 41st Street in Everett, the State Patrol said. The Honda’s driver was taken to a hospital, and the BMW driver was arrested.

Both off ramps for 41st Street were closed during the investigation.

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