Lynnwood woman hit by vehicle on Highway 99 near Everett

She had serious injuries and the driver was arrested for investigation of vehicular assault.

A person had serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle Wednesday morning at the intersection of Highway 99 and Gibson Road, south of Everett city limits. (Washington State Patrol)

A person had serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle Wednesday morning at the intersection of Highway 99 and Gibson Road, south of Everett city limits. (Washington State Patrol)

EVERETT — A woman had serious injuries after being hit by a vehicle Wednesday morning on Highway 99.

The collision happened in the southbound lanes of the busy highway near the intersection at Gibson Road, south of Everett city limits. The Lynnwood woman, 37, was taken to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett.

The driver was arrested for investigation of vehicular assault, Washington State Patrol trooper Heater Axtman said.

A lane was blocked for the investigation but reopened by 7:43 a.m., according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.

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