A driver rolled a car and suffered injuries at about 8:50 p.m. Monday in Kent near the intersection of 108th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 204th Street.
Kent Police are trying to determined what caused the crash.
“It appears there was a second vehicle involved in this collision, and the suspect vehicle was located a short distance away,” Cmdr. Robert Hollis said in a Tuesday email. “Our Traffic Unit is currently investigating this collision to determine what caused the crash and who the driver of the other vehicle is.”
A Seattle man in his early 20s drove the vehicle that ended on its top, Hollis said. Paramedics transported the man to a local hospital with unknown injuries. There were no other injures.
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