Responders at the Bothell Historical Museum, where a car collided with the structure Thursday morning. Photo courtesy of Bothell Police Department

Responders at the Bothell Historical Museum, where a car collided with the structure Thursday morning. Photo courtesy of Bothell Police Department

Bothell police investigating single-car collision into historical museum

No one injured in Thursday crash.

At about 9:15 a.m. on June 6, a Jeep Cherokee collided with the structure at The Park at Bothell Landing. Police are currently unsure of the amount of damage done to the building.

There were no injuries as a result of the collision, however, the male driver was transported for medical attention.

A “Park at Bothell Landing” sign was destroyed in the collision. Its wooden parts were broken into pieces and scattered among the vegetation.

Police have no reason to believe the crash was intentional, said Bothell police Sgt. John Rogers. In addition, the preliminary investigation does not indicate any criminal activity was involved.

The investigation remains ongoing.




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