State Route 26 Crash Kills 70-Year-Old Woman and Injures Royal City Man
Royal City, WA (April 23, 2021) – On Wednesday, a 70-year-old Seattle woman died and a 20-year-old Royal City man was injured in a vehicle crash on State Route 26.
The fatal accident happened at around 8:20 P.M.
Reports said the victim on a Dodge Grand Caravan was attempting to pass a semi-truck when she crashed with a GMC Sierra driven by the Royal City man.
Unfortunately, the woman died at the scene.
On the other hand, rescuers airlifted the male driver to Central Washington Hospital, then to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
Moreover, officers said the cause of the accident was unsafe passing.
Sweet Lawyers would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the bereaved family of the victim. Our hearts are with you through these difficult times.
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