2 Drivers Hurt in Spokane Two-Vehicle Accident on State Route 2
SPOKANE, WA (May 31, 2021) – Saturday, Paula Pine suffered injuries and authorities suspect David Lamburth of DUI after crash on State Route 2.
At about 8:20 a.m., 53-year-old David Lamburth drove north on State Route 2 at milepost 308. Then, his Chrysler minivan went across the centerline. Eventually, it crashed into a 2002 Ford Ranger.
The impact sent the Ranger into a ditch beside the road. Thus, a helicopter transported the 46-year-old driver, Paula Pine of Elk, Washington, to Sacred Heart for her injuries.
Meanwhile, the troopers suspect Lamburth of driving while intoxicated. Also, they confirmed that he failed to wear a seatbelt. Thus, they recommended charges of vehicular assault and driving under the influence to the Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office.
Moreover, responders also transported David Lamburth to the hospital with injuries.
The crash remains under active investigation.
It is important to always drive within the posted speed limit. Moreover, it is advisable to never drive under the influence.
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