A 1967 Chevelle came loose from a flatbed trailer and crashed into another vehicle Sunday morning on I-5 in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)

A 1967 Chevelle came loose from a flatbed trailer and crashed into another vehicle Sunday morning on I-5 in Everett. (Washington State Patrol)

Classic car falls off trailer, crashes on I-5 in Everett

No one was injured by the loose 1967 Chevelle in the southbound lanes Sunday morning.

EVERETT — A classic car rolled off its trailer on I-5 and crashed into another vehicle Sunday morning.

The 1967 Chevelle was on a flatbed trailer when it came off and onto the southbound lanes, the Washington State Patrol said. It went across all lanes and into the carpool lane, where it hit the other vehicle. There were no injuries.

The driver towing the Chevelle was cited for failing to secure load. Similar incidents often involve smaller debris, which has caused plenty of crashes and injuries.

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