UPDATE: Single-Vehicle Car Accident On 395 Turns Fatal - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Single-Vehicle Car Accident On 395 Turns Fatal

ADAMS COUNTY, Wash. - A single-vehicle accident on Highway 395 just north of Highway 26 killed one person and injured three others. Troopers say the car was traveling northbound when it left the roadway, overcorrected and then rolled twice. Three passengers were ejected, and the Washington State patrol says they were not wearing seatbelts. 25 year-old Jacklyn Spencer was taken to a hospital in Richland, where she was pronounced dead.

Two other passengers, a 4 and a 6 year-old, were also injured in the crash and flown to a Spokane hospital via MedStar.

The driver was injured, but was not transported to the hospital. A third child, a 3 year-old, was not injured.

The cause of the accident remains under investigation.

 

KHQ.COM - We've just received word that a one car collision on US 395 just north of Highway 26 has turned fatal. Troopers responded to the accident Sunday morning and MedStar was called in for transport. Three people were in the car and it's now confirmed that one of those people died in this accident. The conditions of the other two people are unknown at this time.

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