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October 31, 2013 at 6:35 PM

Woman steps in front of car, is seriously injured near Everett

A woman was seriously injured Thursday afternoon after she stepped into Highway 99 south of Everett and was struck by a car.

Witnesses told a Washington State Patrol trooper that the woman had been standing on a median strip when she stepped into the roadway near Lincoln Way shortly before 5 p.m.

A southbound car hit the woman, and she was dragged underneath the vehicle, Trooper Mark Francis said. She was taken to a hospital. Information was not available about her condition.

| More in General news, The Blotter, Traffic & Transit


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