Keelee Wilder Cited in Mansfield Vehicle Collision
Mansfield, CA (June 29, 2022) – On Monday, Keelee Wilder, 28, of Newaukum Prairie, and Darlene Wilder, 76, of Nespelem, sustained fatal injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 174.
It was before 7 p.m. when Keelee Wilder pulled her 2015 Subaru Outback off Leahy Road. The vehicle went into the path of a westbound 2006 Jeep Commander driven by Emmanuella Engle, 24, of Okanogan.
The Jeep struck the Outback on its rear passenger side.
Right away, the paramedics rushed Keelee Wilder and passenger Darlene Wilder to Coulee Community Hospital in Grand Coulee with injuries.
Officers say Emmanuella Engle did not sustain injuries from the incident.
Moreover, the authorities cited Keelee Wilder for causing the collision.
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