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A 2-year-old boy was the most seriously injured victim on Monday when driven by an allegedly impaired driver plowed into a crowded clothing store in the Seattle area, and the wounding of 11 people, and the King County Sheriff’s Office, the spokesman revealed, the day after the crash.
The young child does not have a pulse when police arrived, according to a new report. The boy remained in the intensive-care unit at Seattle’s Harborview Medical Center in critical condition, but was expected to survive. Police and medics performed CPR and were able to revive him, sheriff’s spokesman Sgt. Ryan Abbot, told The Seattle Times.
The 2-year-old, who was in a stroller, and was pinned by the van, and had to be extricated by civil servants, and healthcare professionals, Abbott said.
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In the meantime, the unknown, the boy’s grandfather is reported to be in serious condition in the hospital’s intensive care unit, a spokesman for the hospital said.
In addition, a 21-year-old man, a member of the Arlington, Wash., store who was working at the jewelry counter, from the agony of a broken leg, and underwent surgery early Tuesday, but was expected to be discharged later in the day, his mother said.
Seven people, including a baby who suffered bumps and bruises and were taken to Highline Medical Center and one person was taken to Valley Medical Center to be dealt with, according to Abbott.
The 51-year-old driver, who suffered minor injuries in the crash and was treated at a hospital for a medical problem before he was recently recognized as the South Correctional Entity (SCORE) Regional Jail in Des Moines at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Abbott said.
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The prison records will show, from an unknown director, and was later transferred to the Maleng Regional Justice Center (RJC) in Kent, about five minutes later, where he was being held on investigation of the vehicles in the attack.
The police suspect that the driver was under the influence of drugs and got a search warrant to draw his blood, toxicology results are pending, Abbott said. The man is expected to make his initial appearance on Wednesday.
The husband of the 49-year-old passenger had allegedly shoplifted items are described in terms of “good” in the store at about 9:15 p.m. on Monday. She then got into the passenger seat of a white 1998 Dodge van, according to Abbott.
As the driver attempted to leave the parking lot, he struck a vehicle before careening through the store’s front windows, and eye-catching for several people, the plowed 40 feet into the store, the newspaper reported.
The passenger was also booked into the SCORE Jail before she was transported to the RJC, jail records show. She was arrested on a bench warrant issued by the Seattle district Court for failure to appear on a theft charge filed in March and is being held in lieu of $ 2,000 bail, according to jail and court records.
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Initial reports said no store employees were injured from the incident, but that has not changed, the Times reported.
Chris O’donnell of Des Moines, said her son, 21-year-old Harley-Liège, was in the vicinity of the front of the store on a Friday night, when the van crashed through the glass door and struck him with it.
“He was working at the jewelry counter when he heard a crash, and it [was] the only medicine for him to return from the store,” O’donnell said by phone on Tuesday.
O’donnell said that her son’s fiancée, was in no pain at all. Her son found out that two of their colleagues were wounded, according to O’donnell.