Woman Injured In Everett Chase-Crash Dies
EVERETT, Wash. (AP) - A woman who was injured when a fleeing pickup truck crashed into her car in Everett has died.
Sgt. Ryan Dalberg said Wednesday that Rachael Kamin died Tuesday night at a Seattle hospital.
The 40-year-old Mukilteo woman was driving to her job as a nurse at an Everett hospital around midnight Sunday when she was hit by the stolen truck pursued by police. The crash pushed her car into a natural gas line, which caught fire.
The Daily Herald reports (http://bit.ly/16gPI4j) Kamin leaves her husband and two teenage sons.
The driver of the stolen pickup, 33-year-old Joseph D. Strange of Seattle, is held in the Snohomish County Jail.
He had been chased by police from Bothell.
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