Truck crashes on median of SR 410 heading into Bonney Lake

A truck trailing a tractor east into Bonney Lake lost control and crashed into the median separating the lanes around 1:00 p.m. today. Bonney Lake police is blocking traffic going east past the light at the intersection of SR 410 and 233 Ave.

Several trees were smashed as the truck went over the median near SR 410 and 233rd Ave going east into Bonney Lake.

UPDATE: Traffic will be clear going east into Bonney Lake at around 3:10 p.m.

Original Post: A truck trailing a tractor east into Bonney Lake lost control and crashed into the median separating the lanes around 1:00 p.m. today.

Bonney Lake police is blocking traffic going east past the light at the intersection of SR 410 and 233 Ave East.

No other cars were involved in the collision, and a male subject appearing to be the driver appeared scraped but unhurt.

 

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