Seattle Police arrested a man for vehicular assault in Queen Anne on Saturday, after he allegedly struck several parked cars and sent three to the hospital.

Police report officers responded to Queen Anne Avenue North near Galer Street around 6:20 p.m. May 4 for an injury collision.

A police report states an officer arrived to find Seattle Fire medics treating three people on the ground — a man, unconscious woman and a 6-year-old child — who were then transported to Harborview Medical Center. Another victim sustained minor injuries to their leg, according to the report.

The suspect driver stayed by their black Mercedes Benz, which was severely damaged and had “marking from a pedestrian struck by the front driver’s side of the vehicle.” He was investigated by DUI units.

Multiple witnesses reported seeing the Mercedes accelerate across both lanes of travel on Queen Anne Avenue North, make a U-turn, and then travel northbound on the sidewalk where he struck the four pedestrians, according to the police report.

The suspect reportedly told investigators he had been drinking with his wife before they went to the Betty restaurant to celebrate their anniversary, where they had more drinks, according to the police report.

He said he lost control of the vehicle after pulling forward from his parking spot, the report states, and then collided with the pedestrians, coming to a stop after striking two parked vehicles.

SPD’s Traffic Collision Investigation Squad continues to investigate the incident and the city attorney’s office reports it is waiting for a final report and recommendation of charges. Based on its initial investigation, the man was arrested for investigation of vehicular assault.