Many of the accidents that take place in Washington state end up in deaths. Unfortunately, many of these accidents are also preventable. The latest crash to take place in Washington state may still be under investigation, but according to official reports, it may also help local drivers to understand the risks associated with a series of potentially deadly behaviors.
According to the reports published by local news organizations, an 18-year-old woman lost her life in a crash that took place Sunday night.
The crash took place on Highway 101 near Raymond. And according to the Washington State Patrol, the 18-year-old was traveling on the southbound lanes of the road in a Toyota Tercel when a Nissan pickup truck heading north veered across the center line. As a result, the truck crashed head-on against the Toyota. The 18-year-old woman was pronounced dead at the scene while a 32-year-old man who was behind of the wheel of the truck was injured, along with his 26-year-old passenger.
The truck driver may face charges.
18-year-old woman killed in Hwy. 101 crash near Raymond – KOMO News https://t.co/B8tPV2zwrw
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The 18-year-old was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash but it isn’t clear whether any other factor may have contributed to the deadly crash.
We are saddened to have learned about this accident and we hope the victim’s family is receiving all the support they require in this time of grave need. We know how difficult it is for the families of those who have lost their loved ones to a crash — we feel your pain.
We are confident that the authorities are working around the clock to make sure that this issue is addressed immediately. We also want to reach out to others who have been in the same situation who feel overwhelmed because of the medical bills piling up as a result of the injuries they sustained in auto crashes.
Contact us to learn more about how a professional personal injury attorney will fight for you in court so that you get the compensation you deserve.
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