Two Children Hit After Vehicle Drives Through Insurance Office in Kent

Vehicle plows through insurance office striking two children injuring one in Kent's East Hill.

Kent, WA: Just before 10 a.m., crews received reports of a vehicle into a building in the 24200 block of 104th Avenue Southeast in Kent's East Hill Neighborhood.

When crews arrived, they found a Dodge Charger had completely driven through the building and struck two children inside the office.

One child was uninjured while the second was taken to a nearby trauma center out of precaution due to the mechanism of injury according to emergency responders.

Kent Police is investigating.

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Safety1002
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Another Type 1 or Type 2 right foot pedal error? This is not that complicated. ‘A vehicle did not stop in time’. It does not matter who is at fault. 19 pedestrians and cyclists will die today and we need a solution. Why are those in charge at NHTSA and the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) not wanting to scientifically compare the ‘Killer” right foot braking method with the Left Foot Braking Method and either prove it inadequate or adopt it? ‘That’s the way it’s always been taught’, is not a scientific justification. It’s just Tradition and Testosterone.



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