A 61 year-old man from British Columbia died 3 miles west of Stevens Pass when he was thrown from his motorcycle on U.S. 2 and down a 150 foot embankment.

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Man Dies in Motorcycle Accident | Everett Accident Lawyer


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7/26/2011
Kasia Kim
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The Herald reported on Sunday that a 61 year-old man from Surrey, British Columbia died in a motorcycle accident about 3 miles west of Stevens Pass.

At approximately 2:50 p.m. on eastbound U.S. 2, a medical condition caused the man to cross the center line, cross westbound lanes of traffic and hit the concrete barrier on the westbound shoulder. The man was thrown off his motorcycle and down an estimated 150 foot embankmant. The motorcycle, still in drive and going the wrong direction on westbound U.S. 2, crashed head on into a Volkswagen Jetta. The passengers in the Jetta sustained injuries and were taken to Valley General Hospital.

The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.

If you or a loved one has been injured in a motorcycle accident, or any kind of Everett car accident, the Andrew Kim Law Firm can help. You will be able to talk with an experienced Everett motorcycle injury attorney who can discuss your injuries and Washington personal injury claim. For a free consultation, call our office at (425) 289-1990, (253) 682-2000 or toll free at (800) 636-3676.

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