Ninth Avenue Southeast has reopened soon after a car or truck collided into a fireplace hydrant and electric power pole.
The good news is, no 1 was injured. Bothell Police documented the driver experienced to continue to be in the car due to powerlines on the automobile, but was transported out of the automobile safely.
Ninth Avenue between Filbert Read through and 216th Southeast Road were shut right until the street was cleared.
Police shared a video shortly immediately after the collision on Twitter, exhibiting the drinking water pouring from the broken hydrant.
Taking place Now: In the 21900 block of 9th Ave SE, a 1 auto collision with a fireplace hydrant and a electricity pole has the highway shut. Driver is even now inside of as power strains are down on the car.
9th Ave is shut involving Filbert and 216th SE for future hour or two.
No reported injuries. pic.twitter.com/qzs7gga98K
— Bothell Police (@BothellPolice) September 29, 2020
The highway has since been reopened.