Driver killed, passenger seriously injured when SUV slams into Everett home

WARMER FORECAST ABOUT THE WEEK AHEAD. KATIE: We’re following the latest news overnight in Everet where a major crash is being investigated. A VEHICLE CLAMPED INTO A BUILDING ON THE BROADWAY JUST BEFORE THIS MORNING. TWO VANS FROM MEDI

Driver killed, passenger seriously injured as SUV drives home in Everett

Updated: 11:04 AM EDT May 31, 2021

One person was killed and another seriously injured when an SUV crashed into a building in Everett. “(It sounded like) a big explosion because it was a big boom,” said resident Ivan Santiago, woken by the sound of the impact. State Police said a 2010 Honda driver was driving north on Broadway just after 12:30 p.m. when he crossed the double yellow center line, went onto the sidewalk, hit a parked vehicle, and hit a tree before hitting one on the porch Two family slammed home on 862 Broadway. “I thought something fell from the third floor right by my window,” said Santiago. The Honda driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The Honda passenger was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries. The names of the victims were not published. “It didn’t sound like an accident, because not even the brake, not the sound of a brake. Someone trying to brake something,” said Santiago. The cause of the crash is being investigated.

One person was killed and another seriously injured when an SUV crashed into a building in Everett.

“(It sounded like) a big explosion because it was a big boom,” said resident Ivan Santiago, woken by the sound of the impact.

State Police said a 2010 Honda driver was driving north on Broadway just after 12:30 p.m. when he crossed the double yellow center line, went onto the sidewalk, hit a parked vehicle, and hit a tree before hitting one on the porch Two family slammed home on 862 Broadway.

“I thought something fell straight onto my window from the third floor,” said Santiago.

The Honda driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The Honda passenger was rushed to Massachusetts General Hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries.

The names of the victims were not published.

“It didn’t sound like an accident, because not even the brake, not the sound of a brake, someone trying to brake something,” said Santiago.

The cause of the crash is being investigated.

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