Jordan Hanson Killed One Month After Kittitas County Rollover Crash
Kittitas County, WA (August 28, 2020) – On Thursday, 24-year-old Jordan Hanson of Kittitas County died a month after a rollover crash on State Route 97.
29-year-old Camara Rice along with passengers 24-year-old Jordan Hanson, and 30-year-old Jeremy Sybertz were traveling southbound on State Route 97 towards Clarke Road on July 26th.
Washington State Patrol said Rice drove the car off the roadway and hit a metal fence.
As a result, the car spun and came to a rest on its top.
Immediately, rescuers took Hanson to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he was pronounced dead early Thursday morning.
Authorities also took Rice and Sybertz to local hospitals to be treated for their injuries.
Washington State Patrol said they are still investigating the cause of the crash.
We at Sweet Lawyers express our condolences to the family and community of Jordan Hanson. May you find strength in this painful time.
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