Truck vs. Twice Sold Tales – Crash at Harvard and E Denny Way

From eyewitness reports, including my own: At about 1pm this afternoon, a Bronco XLT driving east up E Denny Way lost control, clipped three parked cars and crashed into the corner of the Abonita Apts./Twice Sold Tales building.  The driver of the vehicle, a middle-aged Caucasian male (5’9″ – 6′) with light sandy hair and light colored pants, was seen walking away from the scene.  He was possibly accompanied by a passenger, a middle-aged Caucasian female. Both seemed uninjured by the accident and were last seen heading up E. Denny Way toward Broadway. He seemed uninjured by the accident and were last seen heading up E. Denny Way toward Broadway.

No bystanders were injured in the crash.  The Abonita Building only seems to have sustained superficial damage. Two of the cars hit by the Bronco only sustained minor damage, though the third had a huge scrape up all of its side panels facing the street.

Jamie, the owner of the Capitol Hill Twice Sold Tales, says she’s relieved that no one was hurt in the crash and that she’ll likely use pictures of the incident as her new business cards.

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3 thoughts on “Truck vs. Twice Sold Tales – Crash at Harvard and E Denny Way

  1. Hi, I live across the street at the Pantages apts. I heard the very loud car crashes and arrived at my window just in time to see this SUV hit the building. I want to clarify that the man was totally alone! I think that some people may have seen a female standing nearby and assumed she had been an occupant of the SUV.

    Since I could ONLY see this portion of the incident, I watched closely from beginning to end. The man was as you described above, but with a powder blue shirt. I watched him hit the wall, exit his vehicle ALONE – a few seconds later, and purposely stride toward Broadway; he didn’t run. No one walked with him, or followed him; male or female. He walked right past the one male witness that was there from the beginning, and the crowds of people gathered just after he walked away. They didn’t seem to realize that he was leaving the scene of an accident, at that time.

    It sure was a loud accident, wasn’t it?? CHS entertainment on a hot, sunny weekend. lol