Man Dies in Rollover Crash on State Route 7
Spanaway, WA (August 13, 2020) – On Wednesday, John Lund, 58, died when a driver racing another car struck his pickup rollover crash on State Route 7.
The fatal accident happened before 1 p.m. near Spanaway.
Troopers said a passenger car was seen driving recklessly. They also said it was racing with a white Honda eastbound on 174th Street South.
Moreover, WSP commented that the passenger car missed a stop sign and struck a pickup truck that was moving north on State Route 7.
Both the truck and the passenger car rolled over because of the crash impact.
Authorities pronounced the truck driver dead, while the troopers found the involved white Honda.
Authorities closed both lanes of State Route 7 for a few hours while troopers investigated.
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