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Snow blamed for dozens of car wrecks in Eastern Washington, Spokane

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The first snow of the season in Eastern Washington, Spokane resulted in more than 70 car accidents.  Two of car crashes resulted in death of the occupants.  

The first was a head-on collision with a truck north of Deer Park in Spokane County, Washington.  Two young victims in the car were 20 and 18 years of age. The Washington State Patrol arrested a 39-year-old man for investigation of driving under the influence.  It appears that this car accident had more to due with drinking and driving, rather than the bad driving conditions.

The second car accident was a one car rollover accident along Highway 2 and Highway 211 in Pend Oreille County near Diamond Lake, Washington.  The drive lost control of his vehicle and rolled into a ditch.  The passenger was injured and taken to a hospital.

Before we get snow here in Western Washington, Bellevue, Seattle it would be a good idea to check our tires for wear, change to snow tires or studded tires, and be aware of the possibility of black ice in the mornings as we head out to work, or school for the kids.

If you are injured in an car accident in Seattle, Tacoma or Bellevue due to snowy or icy road conditions, a Seattle, Bellevue car accident attorney at Andrew Kim Law Firm, PLLC can help you answer any questions you may have about the claims process.  We provide a free no obligation initial consultation at (425) 289-1990 or 1-800-636-3676.

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