SKFR and FWPD respond to a two-vehicle T-bone collision that caused minor injuries to five people. Photo courtesy of SKFR

SKFR and FWPD respond to a two-vehicle T-bone collision that caused minor injuries to five people. Photo courtesy of SKFR

5 injured in collision

5 people were treated at the accident site at Pacific Highway South and South 336th Street.

Five people were injured when two vehicles collided at Pacific Highway South and South 336th Street on Thursday night, causing minor injuries to the parties involved.

According to Federal Way police Commander Kurt Schwan, it appears one of the vehicles involved was traveling south on Pacific Highway and collided with a vehicle traveling east on South 336th Street.

The female driver and a young teenager in the vehicle traveling east were transported to Harborview for precautionary reasons, Schwan said.

South King Fire and Rescue Cpt. Jeff Bellinghausen said the accident had five patients total, three with minor injuries that were treated at the scene and the two females who were transported to Harborview.

According to Bellinghausen, two patients had to be extricated from the car using the “Jaws of Life” due to damage to the vehicle.

The call initially came in at 8:39 p.m. and the scene was cleared at 10:08 p.m.

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