Highway 2 Collision Kills Mark Anderson and Katherine McDuffie
Wenatchee, WA (September 24, 2021) – On Wednesday, 59-year-old Mark Anderson and 60-year-old Katherine McDuffie, both Peshastin residents, suffered injuries in a head-on crash on Highway 2.
The fatal crash took place at after 3 p.m. near the Big Y intersection.
The authorities said McDuffie drove her 1979 Chevrolet Camaro northbound Deadman Hill Road onto the highway and went into the path of an eastbound 2005 GMC Sierra.
Officers pronounced McDuffie dead at the scene. Her passenger, Anderson, later died at Central Washington Hospital.
Meanwhile, the GMC driver, 47-year-old Phillip Butterbaugh of Wenatchee did not suffer injuries in the accident.
Officers are still investigating the fatal crash.
Sweet Lawyers know how painful it is to lose a loved-one in a fatal crash. Thus, our sincere condolences goes out to the loved ones of Mark Anderson and Katherine McDuffie.
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