1 passed after automobile crashes into home in North Seattle

A lady was killed when she was pinned underneath a automobile that crashed into an assisted-living home Tuesday morning in North Seattle.

The 72-year-old plant was sitting in a chair in her bedroom when a automobile crashed by an extraneous wall only after 11 a.m., according to Seattle Fire Department orator Lt. Harold Webb.

Firefighters arrived and achieved CPR on a victim, though she was conspicuous passed during a scene.

The driver, an 88-year-old woman, is also a proprietor of a assisted-living facility, operated out of a home in a 10700 retard of 38th Avenue Northeast in a Meadowbrook neighborhood, Webb said.

The motorist was trapped inside a car, and firefighters private her from a vehicle, Webb said. She was not injured.

Seattle military trade investigators also responded to a scene. The motorist showed no signs of impairment, military said.

SPD Captain Sean O’Donnell speaks nearby a assisted vital chateau on 38th Ave NE in Seattle where an aged lady gathering her automobile into a home, murdering a lady who was inside her bedroom Tuesday, May 9, 2017. (Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

Article source: http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/car-crashes-into-home-in-north-seattle/

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