Bothell first responders on the scene of a car crash at Country Village. Courtesy of Bothell Police Department

Bothell first responders on the scene of a car crash at Country Village. Courtesy of Bothell Police Department

Suspected drunk driver crashes into Country Village

The driver was not injured in the one-vehicle crash but caused significant damage.

  • Friday, January 5, 2018 2:58pm
  • News

At about 4 a.m. Friday, Bothell police and fire responded to a one-vehicle traffic crash near the intersection of 240th Avenue Southeast and Bothell Everett Highway.

According to the Bothell Police Department Twitter page, the vehicle ran off the roadway and into the Country Village complex. The driver is suspected to have been impaired.

The suspected drunk driver was not injured but caused significant property damage.

Following the accident, Bothell Everett Highway southbound was reduced to one lane.

According to the BPD Twitter page, all traffic lanes reopened around 6 a.m.

There was significant property damage in a crash at Country Village. Courtesy of Bothell Police Department

There was significant property damage in a crash at Country Village. Courtesy of Bothell Police Department

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