12-Year-Old Boy and Older Man Killed in Tragic Crash on Highway 530

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.

12-Year-Old Boy and Older Man Killed in Tragic Crash on Highway 530 is a post from: Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Blog

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