Driver Dies in Interstate 90 Solo-Vehicle Crash
Soap Lake, WA (November 13, 2021)– On Thursday night, a 23-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman, both from Soap Lake, suffered injuries in a fatal crash on Interstate 90.
An eastbound 2009 Honda Civic driver attempted to pass another vehicle.
Investigating officers said the driver lost control of the vehicle due to the wet road. Then, the vehicle rotated and struck the guardrail.
Afterward, the car struck a rock wall and rested 20 feet off the interstate.
Unfortunately, the unidentified driver died at the scene, while the injured parties were both taken to Kittitas Valley Hospital.
The authorities are investigating this fatal incident.
Sweet Lawyers would like to express our sincere condolences to the deceased’s loved ones. May you find strength during this difficult time.
Fatal Vehicle Crash
Moreover, driving is essential for many in order to move about in their lives, however, it is one of the most dangerous activities we do every day. As often these accidents happen, many people do not know what follows in the event of a car accident.
Furthermore, according to the United States Department of Transportation, there are approximately 300,000 merging accidents every year.
So, in case of accidents like this one, it is crucial that everyone remain calm in order to properly handle the immediate aftermath of an automobile collision.
Meanwhile, here are some of the things that we can do to practice defensive driving and avoid accidents:
– Always drive at a controllable speed.
– Never assume you know the other driver’s intention.
– Also, be prepared to positively react to other drivers.
– This one, we should never neglect: yield at intersections, even if you have right of way.
– Most importantly, stay focused on the road. Remove all distractions such as mobile phones unstrapped toddlers, etc.
Immediately call our attorneys at Sweet Lawyers if you suffered injuries in an accident.
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