Six people were injured when a car crashed into an apartment building April 4 in Kent in the 8700 block of South 259th Street. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound Fire

Six people were injured when a car crashed into an apartment building April 4 in Kent in the 8700 block of South 259th Street. COURTESY PHOTO, Puget Sound Fire

Car crash into apartment building injures six in Kent

Two in critical condition after April 4 wreck

Six people were injured in Kent when a car crashed into an apartment building early Sunday morning, April 4 in the 8700 block of South 259th Street.

Five patients were treated at the vehicle, according to Puget Sound Fire. All patients were transported to hospitals and two were in critical condition.

Kent Police are investigating the crash but have not released any details.


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