A man and a woman in their 20s suffered serious injuries after a car crash Thursday morning near 79th Avenue NE and 40th Street NE in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)

A man and a woman in their 20s suffered serious injuries after a car crash Thursday morning near 79th Avenue NE and 40th Street NE in Marysville. (Marysville Fire District)

Man, woman with serious injuries after car crash in Marysville

The two people in their 20s had to be extricated from the sedan before being taken to a hospital.

MARYSVILLE — Two people suffered serious injuries after a car crashed Thursday morning.

The car wrecked around 6 a.m. near 79th Avenue NE and 40th Street NE. Photos show severe damage to the front and rear ends of the car, with the front driver’s wheel askew.

A man and woman in their 20s had to be extricated from a Honda sedan by Marysville firefighters. Both were taken to hospitals by Lake Stevens Fire. The woman’s injuries were described as serious and the man’s as critical by the Marysville Fire District.

Marysville Police were investigating what led to the collision.

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