WSP: Driver Killed On Hwy. 395 - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

UPDATE: Driver Killed In 3-Car-Crash On Hwy. 395

SPOKANE, Wash. - 56 year-old Spokane resident David Robison has been identified as the victim in Friday's three car crash near Clayton.

According to The Spokesman Review, Robison was pronounced dead at the scene. Robison entered Highway 395 and was struck in the southbound lane by an SUV driven by Andrea Hansen of Chewelah. That collision put Hansen's vehicle in the way of a Ford pickup.

The driver of the Ford pickup was taken to a hospital for treatment. Hansen and one of her passengers were also taken to a local hospital. Another passenger was treated and released at the scene.

All parties involved were wearing seatbelts and authorities say alcohol was not a factor.

Previous Coverage:

KHQ.COM - The Washington State Patrol reports to KHQ that at least one driver has been killed in a 3 car crash on Hwy. 395 at Williams Valley Rd. near Deer Park. WSP reports that the person killed, who has not been identified, caused the crash. We do not know the extent of injuries on the other drivers. Medstar was dispatched to the scene. Check back for updates here on KHQ.Com.l.

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