Slippery, snowy road leads to Kent crash involving State Patrol SUV

Nobody hurt in collisions along SR 516; trooper had stopped for earlier crash

A vehicle collided with a State Patrol SUV, third from right, while it was at the scene of a minor crash Tuesday morning, Nov. 29 along State Route 516 in Kent near Military Road South. Nobody was injured. COURTESY PHOTO, State Patrol

A vehicle collided with a State Patrol SUV, third from right, while it was at the scene of a minor crash Tuesday morning, Nov. 29 along State Route 516 in Kent near Military Road South. Nobody was injured. COURTESY PHOTO, State Patrol

Several vehicles were slipping and sliding Tuesday morning, Nov. 29 along Kent roads after an inch or so of snow fell.

A vehicle collided with a Washington State Patrol SUV while it was at the scene of an earlier collision along State Route 516. Nobody was injured in the collisions just after 9 a.m. along eastbound SR 516 near Military Road South, according to the State Patrol.

Four vehicles were involved in the crash.


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