Washington car crash ends with 1 vehicle on top of the other: police

A bizarre car crash in southeastern Washington state on Friday ended with one car on top of the other, according to police.

A driver in the town of Walla Walla was driving a Jeep Cherokee “at a high rate of speed” when it failed to stop at an intersection, police said in a Facebook post.

A crash in which one car was left on top of the other in a residential area of Walla Walla.

A crash in which one car was left on top of the other in a residential area of Walla Walla. (Walla Walla Police Department)

The driver hit a large boulder and was apparently launched into the air.

The vehicle landed on top of another vehicle in the driveway of a residential home, pushing both vehicles partially into the garage, police said.

Police responded to a report of a “loud crash and a male running from the area” of Fern and Tietan.

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Police made contact with the suspected driver who was seeking medical attention, police said. His identity was not released.

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It was immediately clear whether the driver will face charges.

No one else was hurt in the crash.