Two cars collided Saturday on Highway 99 near a car dealership north of 204th Street SW., in Lynnwood. One vehicle drove off, and the occupants of the other were hospitalized with unknown injuries. (Lynnwood Police Department)

Two cars collided Saturday on Highway 99 near a car dealership north of 204th Street SW., in Lynnwood. One vehicle drove off, and the occupants of the other were hospitalized with unknown injuries. (Lynnwood Police Department)

Separate suspected DUI, hit-and-run crashes hospitalize 4

Emergency responders were busy Saturday night after three collisions across Lynnwood.

LYNNWOOD — Three separate crashes, of which two were alleged hit and runs with suspected DUI, sent four people to hospitals Saturday night.

The first happened on 184th Street SW., west of 33rd Avenue W. The driver, a 35-year-old man from Lynnwood, allegedly hit something and the car ended up on its top in a parking lot, according to the Lynnwood Police Department. He was treated at a hospital and arrested for investigation of DUI and hit and run.

Later, two cars collided at 176th Street SW. and Olympic View Drive, which closed the intersection for a while. A 40-year-old woman was arrested for investigation of DUI and the other driver was taken to a hospital for unknown injuries, the Lynnwood Police Department said.

The third major wreck knocked a car off the road on Highway 99 and into landscaping at a car dealership north of 204th Street SW. Two people inside the car were taken to a hospital for unknown injuries. The other vehicle drove away.

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