Courtesy of South King Fire and Rescue

Crash closes Dash Point Road

South King Fire and Rescue reported about 8:20 a.m. Monday that crews are on the scene of a head-on collision in the 900 block of South Dash Point Road. The eastbound lane has been re-opened, with the other lane set for reopening later this morning.

SKFR Capt. Jeff Bellinghausen said a male in his 80s was driving the pickup and a female in her 40s was driving the car. “Both occupants are in pretty good shape,” he told the Mirror in an email.

Both occupants were transported to St. Francis Hospital with no obvious fractures or life-threatening injuries. Bellinghausen added that neither vehicle occupant needed extrication with the jaws of life.

The cause of the crash has not been reported.

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