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October 30, 2012 at 8:55 PM

Child dies in Everett car crash

A vehicle collision in Everett killed a child Tuesday night, according to police.

The child was in a southbound black BMW that witnesses said was driving fast and erratically on  Evergreen Way, according to Everett police spokesman Aaron Snell.

The BMW clipped another southbound vehicle on Evergreen Way’s 7800 block and then hit a northbound minivan around 6 p.m., he said.

The drivers of both the BMW and minivan were taken to Providence Regional Medical Center’s Colby Campus in Everett with non-life-threatening injuries, Snell said. The child, whom he estimated was younger than 10, died at the scene.

Snell said it is unknown what relation the BMW driver had to the child or if the child was wearing a seat-belt. It was also not immediately known whether other people were in the vehicles that collided.

 

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