October 23, 2013 at 7:41 AM
All Highway 99 lanes reopen in South Seattle after rollover crash
UPDATE 8:36 a.m | All lanes of Highway 99 at South Lander Street reopened by about 8:30 this morning after a rollover crash shut down the roadway two hours earlier.
A Seattle Fire Department spokesman said two people were injured in the crash and one was hospitalized.
Coming from the south? Expect major traffic slowdowns getting into Seattle this morning after a rollover crash on northbound Highway 99.
The 6:30 a.m. crash at South Lander Street has blocked all of the lanes on 99 and some of the southbound lanes are also impacted, according to police. There’s a report of an injury, but no details have been released.
“Northbound is pretty much a parking lot,” said Seattle police spokesman Mark Jamieson.
King County Metro has rerouted buses, according to Twitter.
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