Early Tuesday morning police arrested a Bellevue man after he caused a crash on Interstate 90 and fled the scene. According to the Washington State Patrol, Phillip Vandenberg, 37, was driving his Audi westbound on I-90 at a high rate of speed when he rear ended a Ford Explorer at the exit ramp to I-405. The Ford Explorer crashed into both shoulder barriers and then rolled over several times. The driver of the Explorer suffered cuts on his face while his passenger suffered a broken arm and some internal injuries. Vandenberg was not injured in the crash and proceeded to walk away from the scene. Police found him under the ramp of the overpass. Reportedly he still had his car keys in his pocket. When the police inspected Vandenberg’s vehicle they noted that the speedometer was stuck at 110 mph. Vandenberg was arrested for DUI/Vehicular Assault and Hit and Run.
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