Man Injured After Battle Ground-Area Crash

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An accident that happened near Battle Ground left a man injured, according to multiple news sources across the state.

Official releases issued by the Washington State Patrol show that a 69-year-old man from Roseburg was a passenger in a vehicle driven by a 63-year-old man from Yacolt when a 2008 Toyota SUV that failed to stop at the intersection of Northeast Rock Creek Road and Highway 503 hit the vehicle.

After the collision, the SUV also crashed against a light standard. The 69-year-old passenger was rushed to the hospital right after the crash. No other injuries were reported. At this moment, the Washington State Patrol is investigating this accident and should have more details regarding the causes behind this occurrence available in no time.

Both vehicles were totaled.

As a personal injury lawyer Renton, I hope the man injured in this accident is now recovering quickly from the wounds he sustained in this unfortunate crash. I’m glad nobody was fatally wounded as a result of this accident and hope motorists in Washington will learn from this driver’s mistakes.

I’ve seen similar accidents in the past and know of the dire consequences they entail. I urge you to never fail to notice traffic signs. Road signaling exists to keep you and others safe.

Keep it in mind that if you or a loved one is ever injured because of the inattention of another motorist, you could ask a personal injury lawyer near you for a free evaluation of your case.

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