Daryle Jacobson, Jessie Eichelberger Dead in Oakville Car Accidents
OAKVILLE, WA (April 24, 2019) – Two people died in separate crashes in Oakville, the Washington State Patrol revealed.
The first collision occurred on April 20 just before 11:30 p.m. A man in an eastbound silver Honda Civic on Highway 12 drove past a car, and when he returned to his lane, he struck and clipped a red Honda Civic. The impact sent him to oncoming traffic and crashed head-on with a Toyota Camry.
38-year-old Jessie Eichelberger, the Civic driver died at the scene. According to troopers, Eichelberger did not wear a seatbelt during the collision. Meanwhile, medics airlifted the Civic passenger, a 38-year-old woman and the Camry driver to Harborview Medical Center.
Moreover, the red Civic driver didn’t suffer any injuries. Authorities are still investigating whether the driver suffered impairment during the crash.
On April 21, another collision ended the life of a driver in Grays Harbor County.
The incident occurred just before 6:00 p.m. on Highway 101, 48 miles north of Hoquiam.
According to reports, a 79-year-old man driving north went off the road and overturned before landing on its top.
Daryle Jacobson of Forks died at the scene. Police also revealed that the victim didn’t wear his seatbelt during the collision.
Authorities are still looking into the possibility of impairment a factor in the collision.
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