4 People Hurt in Solo-Vehicle Rollover Crash on I-82
Prosper, WA (July 5, 2022) On Sunday, 4 people sustained injuries in a solo-vehicle DUI collision on Interstate 82 at milepost 82.
The Washington State Patrol (WSP) says that the rollover crash happened around 2:54 a.m. on July 3, near the Wine Country Road overpass.
Reports say a Ford F150 pickup veered off the side of the road and rolled over. The crash caused injuries to a 24-year-old Granger driver and three 21-year-old passengers from Eastern Washington.
Paramedics transported the driver and one 21-year-old to Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland for emergency evaluation.
Meanwhile, rescuers transported the other 2 patients to Prosser Memorial Health.
According to State Troopers, the driver was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol at the time of the crash.
Moreover, the driver is facing charges for faces associated with DUI charges and second-degree negligent driving.
The perverse actions of a reckless driver can increase the likelihood of traffic collisions.
This is a powerful reminder to always pay close attention to drivers around you. Constantly keep a considerable distance from others just in case harm is near.
Coping With Crash Injuries
Each year, around 20-50 million people suffer injuries due to road accidents like the Interstate 82 DUI collision. However, not everyone properly knows about the things you should do next after an injury crash.
The most valuable step you can take in response to a vehicle crash like the solo-vehicle rollover crash on I-82 is hiring a personal injury attorney. Personal injury attorneys prioritize your recovery while securing your future from further losses a severe accident can bring.
Indeed, no one wants to be in a rollover crash. However, if you or a loved one sustain injuries due to a reckless driver, reach out to us.
With over 40 years of experience in the legal field, we know what it takes to win your personal injury case.
We promise that our attorneys will fight, day and night, to achieve the justice and compensation that you and your family deserve.