Rollover collision on Highway 522 results in serious injuries

Witnesses reported seeing a small passenger car driving erratically and going over 100 mph.

MALTBY — A person reportedly driving erratically on Highway 522 caused serious injuries to another driver on Friday afternoon.

Witnesses reported that a small passenger car was hitting speeds in the “triple digits” shortly before the wreck, Washington State Patrol trooper Heather Axtman said.

The car crashed into another vehicle, causing it to roll over near Echo Lake Road. The victim was transported to a hospital.

The driver of the passenger car suffered injuries not believed to be life-threatening and was taken to a hospital. He was arrested on suspicion of vehicular assault.

Detectives were investigating into the evening.

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