FERNDALE, Wash. — First responders were dispatched to the 1900 block of Main Street, under a BNSF overpass, due to a possible injury crash about 6:30am this morning, Thursday, February 10th.
Initial reports from the scene via unconfirmed radio transmissions were that Main Street was blocked and a pickup truck and a passenger vehicle with heavy front-end damage were involved.
Whatcom County Fire District 7 Division Chief Ben Boyko said any injuries were able to be dealt with at the scene.
Ferndale Police spokesperson Riley Sweeney said the 2 vehicles were traveling westbound in the 1900 block of Main Street, 1 in the primary through lane and the other in a right-turn only lane. The vehicle in the right-turn only lane collided with the vehicle in the primary lane when attempting to merge.
According to witnesses at the scene after the crash, the vehicle in the primary lane ended up with significant front-end damage after crashing into a vertical wall under the BNSF Railway overpass.
As of the publication of this story, no charges or citations had been issued and the crash remained under investigation.