Victims identified in fatal SR 28 crash

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Victims Identified in Fatal SR 28 Crash

Two Quincy children were killed and their mother was critically injured in a multiple-vehicle accident in Douglas County. Washington State Patrol Trooper, Brian Moore says it happened at 8:13 this morning on State Route 28, Mile Post 6.6 near Rock Island.

Moore says the crash involved three passenger vehicles and Semi-tractor trailer rig. The crash closed Highway 28 in both directions and traffic was being detoured. Troopers say it was caused when the driver of a van collided with an oncoming semi after losing control on the icy roadway. Troopers say the woman was driving too fast for conditions.

Victims Identified in Fatal SR 28 CrashThe following report was issued by the Washington State Patrol:

                                    WASHINGTON STATE PATROL
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DATE: 20161219    TIME: 08:15    INV UNIT: 750 – TROOPER EIFERT

LOCATION:W28 MP5.5 – 5.5 MILES EAST OF EAST WENATCHEE

COUNTY:DOUGLAS    COLLISION REPORT NUMBER:SECTOR   CASE FILE:16037076

NBR VEH: 05    CARS: 04    TRUCKS: 01    MOTORCYCLES: 00   PEDESTRIANS: 00

NBR INJ: 03    DECEASED: 02              DRUGS OR ALCOHOL INVOLVED: NO

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NAME: GUERRERO, ANNE K    AGE: 44 YEARS    SEX:F    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A

CITY: QUINCY  DRIVER VEH 01  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: INJURED TRANSPORTED TO CONFLUENCE HEALTH HOSPITAL BY AMBULANCE

VEH1: GREEN 2002 HONDA ODYSSEY VAN

DAMAGE/DISP: TOTALLED
  – IMPOUNDED BY NCW TOWING
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NAME: LUKYANOV, ALEKANDR G    AGE: 35 YEARS    SEX:M    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A

CITY: EDGEWOOD  DRIVER VEH 02  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: NOT INJURED

VEH2: WHITE 2009 KENWORTH SEMI AND TRAILER

DAMAGE/DISP: REPORTABLE NO TOW

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NAME: BRIGHT, GLEN G    AGE: 35 YEARS    SEX:M    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A

CITY: MOSES LAKE  DRIVER VEH 03  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: INJURED – TRANPORTED BY AID TO CONFLUENCE HEALTH HOSPITAL

VEH3: SILVER 1981 ISUZU 4D

DAMAGE/DISP: TOTALED IMOUNDED BY NCW TOWING

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NAME: MACHADO, PATRICIA M    AGE: 41 YEARS    SEX:F    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A
CITY: EAST WENATCHEE  DRIVER VEH 04  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: NOT INJURED
VEH4: WHITE 2004 CHEVROLET MALIBU
DAMAGE/DISP: NOT REPORTABLE – DRIVEN FROM SCENE

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NAME: RHOADES, HEATHER D    AGE: 29 YEARS    SEX:F    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A
CITY: EPHRATA  DRIVER VEH 05  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

NJ/DISP: NOT INJURED
VEH5: SILVER 2008 CHEVROLET EQUINOX
DAMAGE/DISP: REPORTABLE NO TOW

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NAME: BRIGHT, LEON     AGE: 64 YEARS    SEX:M    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A
CITY: MOSES LAKE  PASSENGER VEH 03  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: INJURED TRANSPORTED BY AID TO CONFLUENCE HEALTH HOSPITAL

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NAME: GUERRERO, ADAM C    AGE: 12 YEARS    SEX:M    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A

CITY: QUINCY  PASSENGER VEH 01  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: DECEASED AT THE SCENE

NEXT OF KIN NOTIFIED: YES   NOTIFIED BY: CONFLUENCE HEALTH HOSPITAL

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NAME: GUERRERO, ALEC S    AGE: 14 YEARS    SEX:M    MC ENDORSEMENT: N/A

CITY: QUINCY  PASSENGER VEH 01  BELT/HELMET: YES-RESTRAINT USED

INJ/DISP: DECEASED AT THE SCENE

NEXT OF KIN NOTIFIED: YES   NOTIFIED BY: CONFLUENCE HEALTH HOSPITAL

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————————————-DESCRIPTION——————————–
VEHICLE ONE WAS WESTBOUND SR28 MP5.5, LOST CONTROL AND ENTERED THE EASTBOUND LANE WHERE IT WAS STRUCK BY VEHICLE TWO. IMPACT CAUSED VEHICLE ONE TO REENTER WESTBOUND LANE AND WAS STRUCK BY VEHICLE THREE. VEHICLES FOUR AND FIVE WERE EASTBOUND BEHIND VEHICLE TWO, ATTEMPTED TO AVOID THE COLLISION, LOST CONTROL AND ENTERED THE EASTBOUND DITCH.

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SPEED TOO FAST

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