Wilfrido and Mila Sarmiento killed in wrong-way crash with alleged DUI driver Caleb Wride on Interstate 5 in Everett, Washington
Two killed in wrong-way head-on I-5 crash in Everett; Driver arrested for vehicular homicide
The driver of the southbound vehicle was injured and transported to a hospital. The driver has been charged with suspected DUI and vehicular homicide, according to WSP.
Everett man charged in wrong-way crash that killed retiring couple
Shortly after the crash, an initial breath test measured Wride’s blood-alcohol content at 0.189, more than twice the legal limit.
What every family needs to know about Everett wrongful death claims
When someone is killed in a car, truck, bicycle, pedestrian, or other kind of accident, family members left behind must cope with the tragedy as best they can. Many important decisions need to be made, and a wrongful death claim needs to be filed.
In Everett, a claim can be filed only by specific family members, but there are strict requirements and deadlines that must be met. It is critical to talk with an Everett wrongful death attorney to get the information and advice needed to move forward.
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