2 Men Hospitalized in Single-Vehicle Roll-over Crash on State Route 17
Mesa, WA (July 30, 2021) – On Thursday, 2 mid-30’s men were injured in a roll-over crash on State Route 17.
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) says that the incident happened on July 29 around 6:53 p.m.
Additionally, authorities say that a 2006 F150 was heading south on State Route 17 near Paradise Road was driven by a 36-year-old driver from Soap Lake.
Moreover, reports say that when traffic was slowing down, the driver lost control of his truck and left the road.
Furthermore, the driver tried to correct his turn but causing his truck to overturn near the roadway.
Both driver and his 34-year-old passenger were taken to the Othello Community Hospital for treatment for their injuries.
Authorities add, that both occupants were wearing seatbelts at the time of the incident.
Also, impairment was ruled out as a cause of the crash.
Finally, the police did not release anything further about the patient’s conditions.
Although, the truck driver will be facing charges for following too close.
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