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Two young men were killed in a fatal car crash south of Seattle Friday.

A 34-year-old woman was driving a 2000s model Hyundai Son우리카지노ata west on E. Fourth St. around 5:40 a.m. when she stopped for a red light at E. Fifth St.

Officers say the woman, whose name hasn’t been released, was crossing E. Fifth when they say the man, who didn’t want to give his name, ran a red light and hit the rear of her Subaru Outback, causing it to roll over.

Witnesses said the woman and her son were running on East E. Fourth St. when the SUV swerved to avoid hitting a stop sign and slammed into the light pole, just west of the intersection.

They then ran the light again and hit a sign, causing another car to hit them again, a witness said.

The driver of the first car jumped out and began slamming at least two other vehicles, hitting a third, witnesses said.

The driver of the second vehicle t우리카지노hen ran the intersection until he was struck by a vehicle on southbound E. Main St., witnesses said.

The driver of the second car then ran the intersection and was hit by a second vehicle just n바카라사이트orth of the light pole, witnesses said.

«There’s nobody inside the car. They’re all in it because it’s a car,» one witness said.

Two of the adults in the car died on impact from the second car, according to Seattle Police Department Spokesman Brad Ross.

Officers say the driver of the fourth car also crashed into the light pole, causing the car to roll over and then roll into another car, and the fourth vehicle was hit by a second car.

There wasn’t a suspect in either crash, the officers said.

The driver who died in that first crash was not seriously injured, according to Seattle Fire Department spokesman Matt So.

Officers say no charges will be filed based on that crash, and investigators are on scene conducting a forensic look. They will not be releasing the driver’s name until after the forensic evidence has been collected.

A second witness said he heard six tires flying off the cars the driver was in, and when he looked away he saw the woman was on the ground, with her son laying on the ground nearby.

Officers found no one in that vehicle, but a neighbor was surprised to find her car there. When officers arrived