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Driver Extricated From Crash In Spokane Valley

Firefighters had to cut the roof off of a car to get the driver out following a crash in Spokane Valley Friday afternoon Firefighters had to cut the roof off of a car to get the driver out following a crash in Spokane Valley Friday afternoon
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -

Spokane Valley firefighters had to cut the roof off of a car to get the driver out following a three-car crash Friday afternoon.

Officials on scene told our reporter that the driver of a black pickup truck was heading westbound on 16th when he went through a stop sign at Adams, hit a red SUV and then hit another silver car. The only person injured was the driver of the silver car. Firefighters had to carefully cut the roof off of his car to get him out. We are told he only had minor injuries and was taken to the hospital as a precaution.

Deputies say the driver of the black pickup will face multiple charges, including Failure to Stop, Negligent Driving, Driving Without a License, Driving With Expired Tabs, and Driving While Talking On A Cell Phone.

 

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