Two people were taken to the hospital after a five-car collision on Evergreen Way in Everett. (Everett Police Department)

Two people were taken to the hospital after a five-car collision on Evergreen Way in Everett. (Everett Police Department)

DUI suspected in 5-car crash in south Everett

Two women were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

EVERETT — Two women were transported to the hospital Friday morning after a five-car crash in Everett.

Around 8:45 a.m., a car going southbound on Evergreen Way in the 10000 block crashed into another vehicle and veered into oncoming traffic, hitting three more before colliding head-on with a fifth car.

Everett police believe the driver was under the influence. Both she and the driver of the other car in the head-on collision suffered non-life threatening injuries.

Detectives are still investigating the incident and are expected to conduct followup interviews at the hospital, officer Aaron Snell said.

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