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A multi-vehicle crash caused a mess Friday on I-5 near Mill Creek.

Included in the accident was a rolled-over Seattle Public Works dump truck.

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Two people died on Saturday when their float plane crashed into Lake Chelan near the remote resort community of Stehekin in the North Cascades. The plane was carrying 5 people total.

A charter flight from Chelan Airways, the single-engine DeHavilland Beaver had taken off from the town of Chelan about 4:30 p.m. Approximately 15 minutes later it crashed, flipping onto its top as it tried to land at Stehekin. This was according to Jeff Middleton, chief criminal deputy for the Chelan County sheriff’s department.

Middleton said that those killed were a woman from Stehekin and a man. The male pilot and a female were taken to a hospital in Chelan, and the fifth person, a 16-year-old girl, was unhurt, he said.

An 18-year-old woman sustained critical injuries in a car accident in downtown Stanwood on Thursday. She was taken to Skagit Valley Hospital.

According to Herald.net, the two-car accident happened near the intersection of 88th Avenue NW and 271st Street NW about 3:30 p.m.

A pickup truck struck the woman’s Mustang convertible. The pickup had been heading south on 88th Avenue NW. The driver of the pickup was uninjured. There were no other injuries, as neither car had any passengers.
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A rollover crash on I-5 Tuesday left five young people injured. They were apparently fleeing a hit-and-run accident, said Washington State Patrol trooper Kirk Rudeen.

According to troopers, the 17-year-old driver hit an occupied pickup truck in Lynn¬wood and was speeding away northbound in the carpool lane on I-5 e when his SUV rolled near I-40.

Rudeen also said that two of the passengers, 17-year-old Everett girl and a 19-year-old Lynnwood woman were taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with serious injuries, though their injuries did not appear to be life-threatening.
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