I just read this article in the Issaquah Press
about a serious injury car accident on Halloween night October 31, 2008 that closed Highlands Drive just off I-90 in Issaquah. I drive on this road every day on my commute from my house on the plateau to my law office in downtown Bellevue
. Now I realize that the collision and back ups on exits 15, 17, and 18 from Interstate 90
on that night when I was driving home were caused by this two car accident during the evening rush hour.
I ended up driving to the Preston
exit and going through Fall City
to get back home. Anyway, that portion of Highlands Drive can be dangerous with the sweeping curve in the road and slope. I've seen a few accidents in approximately the same location as this accident and more so when the roads are slick from rain, snow or ice.
Apparently, there was no alcohol involved in this accident so you wonder then what caused the BMW to cross the center line on Highlands Drive and hit the Toyota Corolla head-on. Was it speed, road conditions, loss of traction, inattention?
We represent injured drivers from car accidents and investigate the cause of the collision. If you have any questions about what you should do in a situation like this, please feel free to call me at Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC
at (425) 289-1990.
Category: Car Accidents
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