Spokane Fatal Crash Injures Cynthia Macy
Spokane, WA (August 14, 2022) – On Saturday, Gaige Lavoy, 21, of Clayton, died, while Cynthia Macy, 63, of Spokane, sustained injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 90.
The fatal collision happened early in the morning near the Spokane International Airport.
According to the investigators, Macy was driving her westbound 2004 Dodge Dakota the wrong way near the Geiger Boulevard exit.
Apparently, she swerved into the path of Lavoy’s 2019 Fiat 500 and also collided into a 2006 Nissan Xterra behind Lavoy.
Sadly, Gaige Lavoy died at the crash scene.
Moreover, the paramedics rushed Macy, the Nissan driver and a female passenger in Lavoy’s vehicle to the hospital.
Later on, the authorities arrested Cynthia Macy with charges of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. Officers say they suspect her of driving impaired.
Police said in their statement that all four people involved in the collision were wearing seatbelts during the Spokane fatal crash.
There is no update if Macy has been booked.
Sweet Lawyers extend our sympathies to the family of Gaige Lavoy. Our hearts are with you through these trying times.
What Is a Wrongful Death Claim?
Following the Spokane fatal crash, it is important to make sure you are legally covered so you can grieve in peace.
That is why hiring a legal expert who can help you with a possible wrongful death claim is one of the best decisions one could make during this time.
Moreover, it is helpful to know that each state has its own laws covering who can file a wrongful death suit on behalf of the deceased.
Furthermore, these people are related to or depend financially on Gaige Lavoy. The law usually allows the following people to file a wrongful death case:
- Surviving spouses
- Domestic partners (registered domestic partnership)
- Children of the deceased
- Financial dependents, parents, minors under the care of the deceased
- Personal representatives
So, to the bereaved of Gaige Lavoy, reach out to our wrongful death lawyers. Let us help you discover if you are eligible to file a case on behalf of your departed loved one.