No one was injured in the collision shortly after 6 p.m., a Seattle police spokesman said.
A Ride the Ducks vehicle collided with another vehicle in downtown Seattle Thursday evening, causing gridlock for commuters on surrounding roads.
No one was injured.
The collision occurred on Fifth Avenue near Pine Street shortly after 6 p.m., said Detective Mark Jamieson, a Seattle police spokesman.
It’s unclear what led to the crash, though authorities cited the Ride the Ducks driver, he said.
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No other details were available.
In March, a Ride the Ducks vehicle and a car collided in Seattle’s Lower Queen Anne, the first reported collision involving one of the amphibious vehicles since September’s deadly collision on the Aurora Bridge.
That crash, in which five people died and dozens more were injured, raised public and government awareness of the company.
The Duck vehicles returned to Seattle streets earlier this year after the state suspended operations pending a full investigation of the company’s fleet.