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.
The many local news outlets that have reported the latest accidents in the state of Washington claim that the 26-year-old man who was involved in an accident Saturday is in a stable condition.
According to the news, the driver involved in the accident is from Tenino. He is under the care of the Harborview Medical Center. The Washington State Patrol has reported that the 26-year-old man was driving his 1988 Ford Bronco sometime around 7 a.m. on McDuff Road when his vehicle mysteriously left the road, hit a tree and finally rested on its top.
The authorities are still investigating the causes of the accidents. Up to this time, it is still unknown whether the driver was drowsy or going through any particular health problem during the time of the crash. The Washington State Patrol claims that no charges were pressed against the man.
As an Olympia car accident lawyer I hope that the injured man involved in this accident will recover in a timely manner. Personal injury lawyers can be of great assistance whenever a victim is involved in an accident that was caused by the malfunction of a particular item in the vehicle. Never hesitate in contacting a lawyer as soon as the accident happens.
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 many news sources, the accident on I-90 involving a man from Walla Walla may have been caused by the weather.
The Washington State Patrol has reported that the rain and the snow have made the roads incredibly slippery. The 40-year-old man was driving westbound on the interstate when the vehicle slipped off the pavement and crashed into the median.
The incident happened just 14 miles west of Moses Lake sometime after 2:30 p.m., according to the reports from the Washington State Patrol. The driver was allegedly wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash. He was taken to the hospital after the accident.
Up to this moment there aren’t many details regarding the state of the driver’s health. The reports also did not state how bad was the vehicle after the crash or if there was anybody else involved.
As a Tacoma personal injury attorney, I sincerely hope that nobody was severely injured after this crash. Come back regularly to this blog for the latest news on local accidents and product recalls. As a personal injury attorney, I believe information is important and hope that the readers feel the same.
Being informed can save lives and help you to keep your family and yourself safe.
Media sources reported that an Arizona truck driver was killed in a single vehicle rollover accident on State Route 125 near Walla Walla Monday night.
According to reports from the Washington State Patrol, a 51-year-old truck driver was traveling on State Route 125 near Walla Walla Monday night, when for unknown reasons, he crossed the center line of the roadway at approximately 7:30pm. Authorities claim that, at that point, the driver attempted to correct the path of his vehicle. The driver overcorrected the truck, forcing it to rollover onto its side. The truck then proceeded to slide on its side off of the roadway until ultimately coming to rest in a wheat field.
The 51-year-old driver was a pronounced dead at the scene of the accident by emergency crews upon their arrival.
No other vehicles or injuries have been reported in association with this accident. The Washington State Patrol are continuing their investigation into this accident and have not yet stated whether they believe drugs or alcohol could have been contributing factors in the crash, however they have stated that speed may have been a factor.
As an Olympia car accident lawyer, I’m deeply saddened by the news of this tragic accident. I’ve seen the effects of similar accidents on the family and friends left behind in my time as a car accident lawyer and know that a strong support system is essential during this time. I pray that they have such a support system while they cope with their loss. My heartfelt condolences go out to them at this time.