64-year-old Motorist Killed in Fatal Pedestrian Crash near 130th Street on Interstate 5
Seattle, WA (January 26, 2021) On Sunday night, a 64-year-old man from Pullman died in a pedestrian crash on northbound Interstate 5.
According to the Washington State Patrol, (WSP) at around 7:20 p.m. a Ford F250 pickup lost control near 130th Street without the headlights on.
Then, a Honda Civic struck the backside of the pickup and immediately hits its break in front of the truck.
Afterward, the Pullman man driving the Honda, stepped out to check on what he hit.
Unfortunately, a Jeep did not see the Honda driver and hit the pedestrian.
Authorities said the man died at the scene.
Sweet Lawyers would like to extend our deepest condolences and sympathies to the bereaved family of the deceased motorist.
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