Several local news articles have stated that a cement truck was involved in a roll over accident about 15 miles just north of Dayton on Monday. The Washington State Patrol has reported that the accident happened due to a blown tire that led the truck to roll over entangling itself through traffic on Highway 12.
The driver, a 47-year-old man from Walla Walla was driving a Kenworth cement truck going westbound on the Highway 12 when, inadvertently, the left front tire of his vehicle blew out sometime after 9:40 a.m., the Washington State Patrol has reported.
Before landing in the ditch of the Highway 14’s eastbound lane, the truck rolled over. After the tragic accident, the lanes were all blocked and remained that way throughout the afternoon. The man was allegedly unharmed but the truck was totaled.
At this moment, the truck driver could have the help of a personal injury lawyer in his area to help him with the case. Many accidents happen due to malfunctions related to the vehicle’s manufacturer neglecting issues with their products.
As an Everett personal injury attorney I hope that there were no pedestrians or other vehicles present at the time that could have been involved in this accident.
According to various news articles, a man from Mattawa was allegedly injured after being involved in a crash on Highway 243. The authorities have reported that he was a passenger in the car that crashed.
The Washington State Patrol has reported that the accident happened some time after 5 p.m. on Saturday. A 21-year-old man was driving his SUV when suddenly he tried to pass another car by illegally crossing the double yellow lines.
He was driving northbound on Highway 243 when he lost control of the vehicle, attempted to bring the SUV back to the northbound lanes but unfortunately, the vehicle rolled many times before it stopped.
This reckless driving case is just one more example of how much damage you can cause when not keeping it in your mind that safety should be a priority for all while driving.
Hopefully, readers will learn from this terrible accident. Return to our blog regularly so you may be always aware of what’s going on locally and nationally when it comes to road safety and product recalls.
Reports from the Washington State Patrol show that a man from Yakima was driving his 2000 Chevrolet Blazer north on State Route 243, trying to pass a vehicle when he realized it would be impossible. When he tried to pull back, the driver lost absolute control of his vehicle. That’s when the blazer rolled many times, according to the news.
The driver had a passenger in the car. According to the authorities and an officer from the Washington State Patrol, the 21-year-old from Yakima wasn’t just trying to pass another vehicle, he was doing so on a double yellow line road.
Although the news weren’t clear regarding the state of their health, both driver and passenger were taken to the hospital. The Washington State Patrol officials have stated that the man will face charges of reckless driving.
At this moment in this case, the passenger could be assisted by personal injury lawyers. It’s important to never take too long to contact your personal injury lawyer when involved in an accident that was caused by someone else other than you.
As a Bellevue Car Accident Lawyer I hope that accidents similar to this can be avoided with a good road safety education and effortless enforcement from the authorities.
According to the Washington State Patrol, there was a terrible accident early this morning on I-404. Reports show that the driver of a tanker truck was allegedly killed after his vehicle rolled off the road.
The news articles have reported that the truck the 56-year-old from Port Orchard was driving was loaded with carbon dioxide liquid used for the manufacturing of various types of soda. The vehicle was going southbound on I-405 when, just south of I-90, the truck struck the barrier ramp. The Washington State Patrol is still investigating what might have caused the accident.
The vehicle rolled down an embankment after rolling off the road. It finally rested on the cab and according to the authorities, the driver died instantly.
Rescue crews responded to the emergency calls right away but were incapable of removing the driver from the debris. Tow trucks were called to the site and brought the truck from the embankment for the authorities to collect the body.
The lanes were closed until 7 a.m. and the Washington State Patrol is still investigating the causes behind the crash. As a Seattle personal injury lawyer, I’m saddened to hear about this terrible accident. My heart goes to the family of the man who was fatally involved in this crash.
According to the reports released from the Washington State Patrol, a man was allegedly ejected from a vehicle and sustained severe injuries after his car rolled over on U.S. Highway 395. Authorities did not report the age of the driver.
The pavement was very slick according to official reports and the conditions were risky to anyone who doesn’t have much experience driving on icy roads. According to the Washington State Patrol, there were several crashes due to the weather. Light quantities of ice and snow could be seen on traffic cameras in the region of Stevens County.
News outlets claim that the driver was going south when the accident took place sometime after 4 a.m. on U.S. 395. As soon as the authorities arrived at the scene, the man was taken to the Hospital was allegedly being treated for a skull fracture.
The accident is still under the investigation by the Washington State Patrol. Only one southbound lane was closed after the crash. As a Seattle car accident lawyer I hope the victim of this terrible accident will recover in a speedy manner. In a similar crash, remember that you’re entitled to have your personal injury lawyer taking care of the case for you, don’t delay in contacting on in your area.
News sources reported that a 40-year-old Seattle man was killed in a car accident on Interstate 5 Sunday morning.
According to the Washington State Patrol, the accident occurred just after midnight Sunday morning in the southbound traffic lanes of Interstate 5, underneath the 85th Street overpass. A brief investigation revealed that the 40-year-old driver was traveling southbound on Interstate 5 in his 2000 Honda Civic when he exited at 85th Street. After doing so, his vehicle struck the guardrail on the 85th Street overpass for unknown reasons. The vehicle crashed through the rail, continuing through multiple other objects before ultimately coming to rest on its roof in the southbound traffic lanes of I-5. Troopers responded to the scene at 12:10am Sunday and pronounced the driver dead at the scene from injuries sustained during the crash.
The cause of this accident is still being investigated by the Washington State Patrol. At this time, it is still unknown as to whether drugs or alcohol played contributing roles in this accident.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer, I’m deeply saddened to learn of this tragic loss of life. In my years as a car accident lawyer, I’ve seen similar accidents and know the devastating effects they can have on the family and friends left behind. My heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to them at this time.