Leavenworth Deadly Crash Injures Tasha Macomber of Yakima and Rosemarry Winslow of Everett
Leavenworth, WA (July 11, 2021) – On Friday, an Everett man died, while 27-year-old Tasha Macomberof Yakima and 63-year-old Rosemary Winslow of Everett, were injured in US 2 crash.
The accident took place about 13 miles west of Leavenworth.
An Everett man was driving distracted westbound. As a result, he ricocheted off the guardrail and went into the oncoming traffic.
His vehicle hit an oncoming vehicle causing a domino effect.
Subsequently, another vehicle hit the SUV from the back after the initial head-on collision. Then, a fourth vehicle slammed into the third vehicle’s rear.
Macomber, the fourth vehicle’s driver, and Winslow, driver of the vehicle that was struck head-on, were taken to Cascade Medical Center for treatment of injuries.
Meanwhile, the authorities withheld the deceased’s identity due to law enforcement’s inability to track down the man’s next of kin.
We at Sweet Lawyers know how difficult it is to lose a loved one in a deadly crash. Our hearts are with the deceased’s family in this time of sorrow.
What’s Next After a Deadly Crash?
Unfortunately, in today’s climate unexpected death is ever-present. When a person’s negligence can have devastating effects on other individuals. In some cases, accidents even result in death.
Thus, it is important to know that you may recover damages through a wrongful death suit if your family loses a member in an accident.
The good thing about a wrongful death suit is that it allows families to hold parties liable for the irrevocable damages they have caused.
In effect, it allows surviving family members to achieve vindication for their dearly departed.