QUINCY, WASHINGTON (April 27, 2017) – A semi-truck hauling hay bales overturned on Interstate 90 on Thursday, according to a local news source. (map)
The 2002 Freightliner semi-truck was being driven westbound on Interstate 90 near the Vantage Bridge. A 19 year old man identified as Regan V. Calaway approached the curve at a high rate of speed and overturned, spilling the one ton hay bales onto the eastbound and westbound lanes. A Ford F-150 then collided with the hay bales.
The driver of the pickup truck, 23 year old Dylan M. Romine and his two passengers, 20 year old Sarah Younger and 52 year old Penny Romine were all injured and were taken to Quincy Valley Medical Center. The Washington State Patrol cited the semi truck driver, Regan Calaway, for driving too quickly. The accident remains under investigation at this time and the condition of the Romines and Sara Younger is unknown at this time.
“We wish a swift and steady recovery for Dylan Romine, Penny Romine, and Sarah Younger. Our prayers are with the injured parties at this time as they recover from their ordeal,” said the attorneys from Lexton Law Firm.
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