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Names released in fatal collision involving a Grant County Deputy Sheriff

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The identities of the sheriff's deputy and woman involved in Saturday's fatal crash have been released.

22-year-old McKenna Fuglie of Ephrata was killed in the collision at Dodson and Road 5-NW around 10 a.m.

Tyson J. Voss, age 39 of Moses Lake, is the Grant County Sheriff's Deputy who was injured in the collision. 

Voss was treated and released from Samaritan Healthcare in Moses Lake.

The Washington State Patrol told KHQ, Voss was not responding to a call at the time, but was on patrol at the time.

Fuglie tried to cross 5-NW across Dodson going eastbound as Voss was going southbound on Dodson.

Neighbors in the area said they've seen several crashes in the same area over the years.


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The Grant County Sheriff's Office told KHQ there was a fatal crash that involved a Grant County Deputy Sheriff earlier Saturday.

The collision happened at Dodson Road on RD 5-NW, which is 10 miles south of Ephrata.

As of right now the Sheriff involved is in the hospital, in stable condition.

Only one person was in the other car, that person died at the scene.

Washington State Patrol will conduct the investigation. 

The roads are now back open after being closed for a few hours.

We'll update you with more information as soon as we get it.

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