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UPDATE: First On KHQ.Com: Man Booked into Spokane County Jail for Vehicular Assault

(KHQ photo from KHQ photojournalist Nick Beber) (KHQ photo from KHQ photojournalist Nick Beber)
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - The driver of a truck who allegedly caused a collision near Trent and Pines Wednesday afternoon has been booked into the Spokane County Jail for Vehicular Assault. According to Washington State Patrol, 52 year-old Sherroll G. Hooper crossed double yellow lines and hit 54 year-old David P. Daul's 1998 Infiniti head on. Medstar was launched to the scene and transported Daul to Sacred Heart with serious injuries. His condition was last listed as satisfactory.  A separate truck was hit during the accident but the driver of that truck, 71 year-old Harry Larrison, suffered only minor injuries and was released at the scene. Alcohol is believed to be a factor.
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