Crash reported at SR 305 and Viking Avenue in Poulsbo

  • Wednesday, February 26, 2020 5:59pm
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Emergency were called to a multiple vehicle collision at the intersection of SR 305 and Viking Avenue NE in Poulsbo. Traffic along 305 has been stalled as a result of the collision, with lines of cars stretching well past the intersection of SR 305 and Bond Road NE.

According to Poulsbo Police Chief Dan Schoonmaker, the collision occurred when a northbound vehicle rear-ended a stopped vehicle, causing the struck vehicle to continue forward, rear-ending the vehicle ahead of it. According to the chief, no serious injuries were reported in the crash. The chief also took a moment to praise an officer with the Bremerton Police Department who had been passing by the scene and stopped to assist responders in controlling traffic.

Schoonmaker said the scene was cleared around 5 p.m.

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