Stolen car plows into house in U District; suspect suffers life-threatening injury

SEATTLE — One person was trapped in a car before being extricated after crashing a stolen car into a house in the University District, Seattle police said.

A natural-gas line was also hit in the collision, which happened at a home at 9th Ave. N.E. and N.E. 53rd St.  Puget Sound Energy also responded to the scene because the gas line was involved.

Seattle police said the driver is believed to have stolen the car from a nearby Audi dealership just moments before the crash. He was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, police said.

There were no other details immediately available.