2 Local Women Hurt in Solo-Vehicle Crash on Highway 395
Pasco, WA (October 13, 2022) On Wednesday evening, a rollover crash on Highway 395 injured 54-year-old Tina Ohagan and her passenger.
The Washington State Patrol say that Ohagan was driving northbound on Highway 395 late Wednesday night.
Reports say that vehicle verred off the road, then Ohagan overcorrected and the vehicle rolled over.
Authorities say that both Ohagan and the female passenger were not wearing seatbelts at the time of the crash. Both occupants suffered injuries due to the incident. Paramedics transpoerted both patients to the hospital.
Meanwhile, officials charged Tina Ohagan with improper lane travel.
It is important always to pay attention to your surroundings whenever driving. This, abiding by all the driving laws, and following all the road signs are simple ways to practice defensive driving. Defensive driving can lessen the chance of serious road accidents happening.
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