Man from Walla Walla Involved in I-90 Crash

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.

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