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Motorcycle rider badly injured on I-5 in Snohomish County
June 16, 2017



(EVERETT, WA.) -- The Wash. State Patrol says a young Seattle man was badly injured when he lost control of his motorcycle on Interstate 5 in Snohomish County.

The accident happened Thursday just after 8 pm.

The patrol report says a blue 2002 Triumph Sprint motorcycle was traveling northbound in lane three on I-5 at milepost 185 in Everett when the driver made a lane change into lane four and lost control of the machine and crashed.

Injured and transported to Harborview Medial Center was the driver, identified as 18-year old Alexander J. Secord of Seattle.

His motorcycle was totaled in the accident which the state patrol says was caused by "speed too fast for conditions."





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