John Clifford, Lori Anchors, and Two Children Injured in Two-Car Crash on Northeast Gable Avenue [La Center, WA]

John Clifford, Lori Anchors, and 2 Children Injured in Crash on Northeast Gable Avenue [La Center, WA]

John Clifford, Lori Anchors, and 2 Children Injured in Crash on Northeast Gable Avenue [La Center, WA]

John Clifford, Lori Anchors, and 2 Children Injured in Crash on Northeast Gable Avenue [La Center, WA]

Four People Seriously Injured in Two-Car Crash on Northeast Gable Avenue

 
La Center, WA (September 29, 2020) – On Tuesday afternoon, John Clifford, Lori Anchors, and two children sustained severe injuries in a two-car crash on Northeast Gable Avenue.
 
The crash happened at about 4:15 p.m. on September 29.
 
According to reports, a southbound Chevrolet coupe, driven by a 39-year-old Clifford of Battle Ground crossed over the roadway’s centerline and struck a Nissan SUV driven by Anchors, 61-year-old of Battle Ground.
 
Clifford was transported to a hospital via a Life Flight helicopter, while Anchors and two children riding with her were transported via ambulance to local hospitals.
 
Moreover, preliminary findings suggest that alcohol impairment by Clifford may have been a factor in the crash.
 
Investigators continue to investigate the incident.
 
When you are behind the wheel of a vehicle, it is your responsibility to follow all driving laws. Auto accidents similar to that can be avoided if drivers are focused. Therefore, always drive responsibly.
 
However, if you find yourself unable to safely operate your vehicle, you can always use a ride share app instead. By doing so, you can avoid getting involved and saved others in troublesome cases such as that.

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