9 Injured in Head-On Crash on Highway 195 in Pullman

9 Injured in Head-On Crash on Highway 195 in Pullman

9 Injured in Head-On Crash on Highway 195 in Pullman

Shawn Whisman, Kurt Whisman, Summer Fitch, Brent Webster, Crystal Webster, Mitchell Nunn and Shawna Nunn Survive Head-On Collision in Pullman

 
PULLMAN, WA (February 13, 2019) – Nine people, including children, were injured Saturday in a head-on multi-car collision on Highway 195 near Old Albion Road.
 
The incident happened just six miles north of Pullman. Reports say, Shawn Whisman, 49, was driving southbound on the highway in a Chevy van around 1:15 p.m. For unknown reasons, his vehicle entered the northbound lane and struck a northbound Dodge Caravan, driven by Colfax resident Brent L. Webster, 36. A northbound Land Rover, driven by 47-year-old Spokane resident, Mitchell L. Nunn, subsequently struck the Chevy van.
 
The incident ended with multiple injuries. Whisman, of Spokane, and his two passengers – 20-year-old Kurt M. Whisman and 19-year-old Summer L. Fitch – were transported to nearby hospitals.
 
Webster, 37-year-old Crystal L. Webster and three children – ages one, three and 11 – were also injured.
 
Nunn, however, was unharmed but his 46-year-old passenger – Shawna Nunn – was injured and shuttled to a nearby hospital.
 
According to Washington State Patrol, Whisman was cited for driving too closely.
 
To reduce the dangers of car accidents, drive defensively and responsibly. Keeping a safe distance from the car in front of you, watching your speed and being alert can help you stay safe. Car accidents can happen at any time and it is best when we prepare for danger.


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