A 24-year-old Seattle man suffered head injuries and was taken to a Seattle hospital late Saturday night after the vehicle he was riding in struck a concrete barrier, rolled and then caught fire, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Kihuuko Ki, a passenger in a 1997 Honda, was taken to Northwest Hospital in Seattle.
The driver of the car and a female passenger were also hurt and taken to Northwest Hospital. A second female in the car, Torikai Takako, was not hurt.
The driver, 28-year-old Chun-Kuan Tai, suffered cuts and bruises to his head. Passenger Eilung A. Chen, 20, had a sore knee. Both were also taken to the Seattle hospital.
The car was heading south on I-5 in the carpool lane near the Snohomish-King county line at 11:30 p.m. when the car went off the road to the left and crashed.
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