2 die as Ferrari collides with bus in Lakewood
A 35-year-old Lakewood man and a woman were killed and three others injured when a red Ferrari struck a shuttle bus in Lakewood.
LAKEWOOD, Wash. -- A 35-year-old Lakewood man and a woman were killed and three others injured when a red Ferrari struck a shuttle bus in Lakewood.
Lakewood police Lt. Dave Guttu says the driver and passenger in the Ferrari died at the scene on Sunday afternoon.
The driver and two passengers in the Transpro shuttle were injured and taken to local hospitals for treatment. Guttu says the injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.
The sports car had been going north on Gravelly Lake Drive when it crossed into the southbound lanes.
The Ferrari struck the Transpro shuttle about 12:30 p.m.. Transpro provides rides to disabled and elderly passengers.
It was not known if speed was a factor in the crash.
Tacoma and Lakewood police shut down a section of Gravelly Lake Drive for several hours to investigate the accident.
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