The official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that the vehicle driven by an 18-year-old driver crashed into a pole on Highway 161 causing severe injuries to one of the passengers. The accident happened sometime around 12 a.m. on Thursday without involving any other vehicle.
The Washington State Patrol spokesperson stated that alcohol is likely the cause behind this accident. Officers say the driver will probably be charged with vehicular assault. Details regarding how the accident came to be were not disclosed by the authorities. The WSP is still investigating the case.
As a Tacoma car accident lawyer, it saddens me to hear about accidents involving drunk driving. This accident could have been avoided if the drunk teenage driver was in a sober state of mind and aware of his surroundings. I hope the three teens quickly recover from any injuries sustained in this incident. It is now up to the legal system to decide what charges the young man will be faced with.
If you or a loved one has been injured in a drunken driving accident, contact a personal injury lawyer in your region right away.
According to the local news, a 50-year-old woman who was killed after being involved in a head-on collision was unfortunately killed. The Washington State Patrol released a statement claiming that the woman was identified after her body was retrieved from the accident scene on Highway 305 last Friday.
The official reports show that the accident happened some time around 6 in the afternoon just in front of the Cedar Glen RV Park. The investigators working on this case think that the driver responsible for the crash was driving while intoxicated. The 46-year-old woman from Poulsbo was driving northbound when suddenly she veered into the opposite lane and collided head-on against the 1993 Saturn carrying the victim. Officials say she wasn’t wearing her seat belt.
The driver of the struck vehicle was severely injured and was rushed to the Hospital by a helicopter along with the drunken driver.
Authorities blocked the roadway for four hours so the accident scene could be cleared up.
Fortunately, this accident will serve as an alert to all motorists who think they could possibly get away with driving under the influence. Don’t be a victim of a drunken driver, contact a proficient lawyer as soon as needed.
According to local news, a 59-year-old man from Toppenish had to be rushed to the hospital after an accident involving two vehicles on Interstate 82.
Official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that the driver was going south on the Interstate around 6:20 pm on Monday night when he failed to slow down and ended up rear-ending a truck driven by a 45-year-old man. The truck was hauling a trailer and according to the reports from the authorities, the truck driver was not injured.
According to the news, both men were wearing seat belts and the local police had to hand a citation to the injured driver for driving and following too close to another vehicle.
As a personal injury lawyer I urge all motorists in the state of Washington to stay alert for icy roads. There are many weather conditions that will make the roads less of a safe place but if the driver is watchful and mindful of the possible issues he may face, most accidents can be prevented.
A single-car accident in Bow was reported by the local news and according to the several articles, drugs were thought to play an allegedly big part in the accident.
Official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that a 20-year-old woman was driving her Kia Sephia around 11:20 a.m. southbound on Interstate 5 last Sunday morning when the vehicle allegedly went off the road.
According to the official reports from the Washington State Patrol, the car rolled after going off the road injuring the driver, a 19-year-old passenger and a 4-year-old girl. The Washington State Patrol reported that the one of the causes behind the crash was the fact the driver was driving under the influence.
Charges of felony driving under the influence of drugs are allegedly still pending.
As a Kirkland Car Accident Lawyer I am hoping that the two women and one child injured in this crash will be back with their normal lives at once and that this accident will serve as an alert to young drivers all over Washington.
I, a personal injury lawyer urge teens and young adults to learn about the dangers of driving under the influence of dangerous drugs that will slow your reflects and keep you from driving with a keen mind and watchful state. It is illegal and it is deadly.
After a tragic head-on collision that happened on Saturday morning, a 60 year-old man and a 12 year-old boy had their lives tragically taken from them, according to the news.
The accident allegedly happened on Highway 530 in the Snohomish County and it involved a 1990 Toyota pickup truck driven by a 60-year-old man and a 1999 Ford F350.
According to the Washington State Patrol, the accident happened when the victim was driving eastbound on Highway 530 when all of sudden it turned left just in front of the Ford 350 vehicle that was unfortunately heading east.
The Toyota hit the other car and both cars ended up resting in the eastbound lanes. The Ford’s driver was taken to the hospital for the treatments of his minor injuries while allegedly the 12-year-old boy sadly couldn’t make it alive.
According to the official reports, both cars were totaled.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer I urge all readers to drive using extreme caution. Be aware of the road surrounding but first of all, learn traffic signs and learn to respect certain laws that exist so roads can be safer.
Personal injury lawyers hope that the man taken to the hospital will recover promptly. May the family of the two deceased individuals, the 60-year-old man and the 12-year old kid feel our thoughts and prayers so they will know they’re are not alone while facing this unfortunate moment in their lives.
Sunday was a sad day for Pasco, Washington according to the local news. Articles state that a pedestrian from Pasco was walking on the highway when two different cars struck him before being pronounced dead by the Washington State Patrol.
The drivers, a 19-year-old man and a 31-year-old man allegedly stayed at the scene of the accident assisting the WSP.
According to the Patrol, the man was in the right lane of the highway after being dropped off by a friend. What made the man want to change directions and walk eastbound on SR 240 is still unknown. The causes behind he crash are also obscure.
The two drivers responsible for hitting and then sadly killing the man are being allegedly investigated.
According to the official reports, it is not yet clear how the accident came to be but I, a Tacoma personal injury attorney have faith that the authorities will discover the true causes behind this pedestrian-related accident.
The thoughts and hearts of personal injury lawyers in Washington are with the close friends and family of this 23-year-old man who tragically lost his life in a completely preventable accident.
We’re certain that his family will have the strength to live through this difficult phase of their lives.
According to several news outlets, the freezing temperature was to blame for the severely icy roads many commuters had to deal with today.
Official reports say that the Washington State Patrol trooper involved in a crash early was the victim of this severe weather.
The trooper who was on duty during the evening was driving on I-90 when all of sudden he hit a bank of black ice and slid across the road. The car rested over an embankment.
Investigators from the WST claimed that the trooper wasn’t hurt but had to be taken to the hospital as a precautionary act. Authorities say that even when you know the roads well, certain threats can hit you when you least expect.
Some of the safety measures officers have advised readers to take is to always be attentive to different glares or strange shades on the sides of the road during the night. This is the time of the year that ice and snow cause severe accidents all over Washington State.
As a Seattle car accident lawyer I hope the Washington State Patrol trooper is doing fine and that this accident will serve as an example to young drivers. All motorists should always pay attention to the road surrounding them at any time of the day or the night.
I, a personal injury lawyer urge you to star alert to severe weather conditions while on the road, stay safe and keep others safe.
According to several news outlets, a 39-year-old man from Issaquah who’s the suspect of driving under the influence of drugs sustained injuries after a crash on Interstate 90.
The official reports from the Washington State Patrol show that the man was driving a jeep going westbound on the Interstate when he drifted into the median. The man tried to correct the vehicle bringing it back to its lane but the effort was unsuccessful. The car rolled onto its side and slid across the lanes.
The authorities discovered the incident and immediately took the man to the hospital. It was discovered he was driving under the influence of drugs. Details regarding his health state are still pending.
As a Renton car accident attorney I hope that more details will surface regarding this accident. Hopefully this will serve as an example to those who try their luck by driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Personal injury lawyers urge all readers to be extremely careful with distracted or even drunk drivers while handling your cars on a road. Stay away from possible accidents and report suspicious behavior to the authorities. Don’t be the victim of the recklessness of others.
Local news outlets have reported that a crash on State Route 17 has left two people injured just 7 miles North of Coulee City.
According to the official report from the Washington State patrol, a 45-year-old woman was driving her 2006 Ford F-350 truck going northbound on SR17 just before 10 p.m. on Thursday when she lost control of the vehicle.
The road was allegedly icy which led the vehicle to roll. The driver was injured and taken to the hospital along with the passenger, a 46-year-old man. The officials from the Washington State Patrol say that the woman was driving too fast without taking into account the weather and the road conditions.
The authorities are still looking into the accident and collecting information regarding the causes behind the crash. The news went on to confirm that no official charges were pressed against the driver.
As a Federal Way car accident lawyer I sincerely wish a swift recovery for both driver and passenger and hope that other drivers will keep from accelerating while driving under extreme weather conditions.
Icy roads may present a serious accident hazard. Personal injury lawyers urge all readers to be aware of the many dangers posed by the slippery pavement, stay alert.
Local news sources have been reporting that an alarmingly disturbing accident sadly claimed the life of an infant in Vancouver, Washington.
Reports from the Washington State Patrol show that a man from Portland was allegedly arrested after being accused of driving under the influence and causing an accident that led to the death of a 3-month-old baby.
Statements from prosecutors show that the baby’s parents, a 23 year-old and a 21 year-old were coming back from a camping trip in the Puget Sound area, while they were driving on Interstate 5 they had to stop because of a flat tire.
At the same moment an intoxicated 26 year-old driver lost total control of his vehicle and hit the stopped car on the side of the road. The infant allegedly didn’t resist the wounds and unfortunately died in the scene of the accident.
Personal injury lawyers wish the infant’s family will be able find the support they need during this terribly difficult moment of their lives. Our hearts and kind thoughts are with them.
As a Vancouver car accident attorney I offer my sincere condolences to the parents of the infant tragically lost in an accident that should have never happened. Driving while intoxicated is against the law and the consequences of this act are highly fatal.