One dead in Renton car crash | UPDATE

The collision occurred near the intersection of Talbot Road South and South 55th Street.

  • Wednesday, May 16, 2018 12:27pm
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UPDATE: Renton Police say that speed was a factor in the collision. It is unclear if the driver was intoxicated as the coroner has not yet released a report.

The original 911 call was approximately around 11:40 p.m. on Sunday, May 13.

ORIGINAL POST: One person died after a car collision that occurred near the intersection of Talbot Road South and South 55th Street.

The driver of the car was taken to Harbor View Medical Center with life-threatening injuries and later died, according to KOMO. Renton Police Department said there were no other occupants in the car.

It is unclear what caused the collision. RPD is currently investigating the case.

This story is ongoing and will be updated as we get more information.

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