A car landed on its top Monday evening near the intersection of 108th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 204th Street. The driver suffered unknown injuries. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

A car landed on its top Monday evening near the intersection of 108th Avenue Southeast and Southeast 204th Street. The driver suffered unknown injuries. COURTESY PHOTO, Kent Police

Rollover crash injures driver on Kent’s East Hill

Monday night near 108th Avenue SE and SE 204th Street

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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