Rachel Kamin dies after crash with auto thief, Joseph Strange, in high-speed chase on Rucker Ave at Pacific Ave in Everett on May 12
The driver of a stolen pickup crashed into a car Sunday night in Everett, leaving the driver of an SUV with life threatening injuries.
A high-speed police chase in Snohomish County ended with a man in custody at a local hospital and a second driver rushed to Harborview Medical Center with serious injuries.
A 33-year-old convicted felon has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in a car chase that fatally injured an Everett, Wash., nurse.
A woman who was injured when her car was struck Sunday night by a stolen pickup in Everett has died, according to Everett police.
A woman who was injured when a fleeing pickup truck crashed into her car in Everett has died.
Sgt. Ryan Dalberg said Wednesday that Rachael Kamin died Tuesday night at a Seattle hospital
Just before midnight Sunday, she suffered severe head injuries when a stolen pickup truck slammed into her car in downtown Everett.
Kamin, a registered nurse, was just a few blocks from her job at the south campus of Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. The full-size Ford F350 pickup allegedly was driven by a convicted car thief who was trying to outrun police, who had chased him all the way from Bothell.
Police believe a convicted auto thief was behind the wheel of a stolen pickup late Sunday night when it slammed into a car in downtown Everett and sent a Mukilteo woman to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Detectives are investigating a serious injury collision after a stolen truck crashed into another vehicle late Sunday night.
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A 16-year-old is in trouble with the law after Upper Allen Township police in Cumberland County say the teen fled the scene of a crash and was driving under the influence.
Police responded to a hit-and-run crash around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday along the 1700 block of North Meadow Drive.
Nancy Rawls was traveling south on 17 Business and attempted to turn left onto Cyprus Avenue in front of a 2002 Jeep Liberty heading north. She was transported to Waccamaw Hospital were she later died from her injuries. Two other individuals were also involved in the accident and were transported to Waccamaw Hospital with minor injuries.
Clarksville’s town judge was arrested in Louisville last week after allegedly crashing into two parked cars and admitting to authorities he’d drank “too many” beers at Headliners Music Hall in Louisville.
Judge Mickey Weber, 32, of the 400 block of N. Taggart Ave., was charged with driving under the influence, criminal mischief and failing to show valid insurance, according to an arrest report.
Louisville Metro Police responded to an injury accident about 12:45 a.m. January 16 at Lexington Road and Hamilton Avenue, several blocks from Headliners.
State police say a 48-year-old man has died after his kayak overturned in the icy waters of the Susquehanna River in central Pennsylvania.
Troopers from the Punxsutawney barracks say the victim is Edward Heberling Jr., of Westover.
Heberling was kayaking with a relative in Burnside Township, Clearfield County, when his craft capsized, dumping him into the fast-moving water.
The river was partially covered by ice, so crews could not find Heberling in the area where he went into the water about 11 a.m. Saturday.
Police are looking for leads in the whereabouts of a tractor-trailer that apparently struck a PPL Electric Utilities pole in Susquehanna Township earlier Friday, then fled the scene.
The crash, which was reported at 3:20 a.m. in the 3300 block of Walnut Street, dragged several power lines into the street and caused widespread outages in the immediate area until it was cleared up earlier Friday afternoon. The truck, possibly a Great Dane trailer, struck the pole at the corner of Walnut and North 34th streets, but continued on its way in an unknown direction of travel, police said.
A motorcyclist has died and a pickup driver will face drunken driving and other charges for allegedly causing the fatal accident in Boswell, Pennsylvania. 23-year-old Jessey Morrison of Boswell, was fatally injured when his motorcycle struck a pickup that pulled into his path about 6 p.m. Saturday. The 56-year-old pickup driver was taken into custody, and law enforcement officers say he was intoxicated. Morrison was thrown from the motorcycle after it hit the passenger side of the pickup truck.
Four men were in a Honda Civic driven by Michael McGinnis of Pittsburgh on State Route 949 in Spring Creek Township at around 2:30 a.m. Sunday when the driver lost control and left the roadway. The vehicle then went airborn over an embankment, hitting several trees before finally coming to rest on its roof. One passenger, Daniel McGinnis of Pittsburgh, was pronounced dead at the scene. Another passenger, Sean Collins, 44, of Cranberry Township, suffered major injuries.