Two people hurt after SUV goes off I-5, hits tree near Everett

They were northbound, just south of 128th Street SW., when the vehicle left the roadway.

EVERETT — A SUV went off the road and hit a tree along I-5 early Sunday morning, injuring two people.

They were northbound when the vehicle left the roadway and struck the tree just south of 128th Street SW., the Washington State Patrol said. The driver, a 24-year-old man from Bellingham, and a 23-year-old woman from Shoreline, were taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett to be treated for their injuries.

The cause of the collision was under investigation.

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