Update: Washington State Patrol has provided some more details on a rollover crash that hospitalized four people Wednesday morning.
According to WSP, 26-year-old Shawn Macielewicz was traveling eastbound on Highway 2 in a GMC Sierra truck around 5:37 a.m. and lost control on some ice, striking a Dodge Caravan. Both vehicles came to a rest in a field, with the van rolling onto its side.
The driver of the van, 66-year-old Paul Schollenberger was life flighted to Sacred Heart Medical Center. Macielewicz and two other passengers in the van, both of Reardan, were transported to Sacred Heart by ambulance.
The third passenger in the van, was uninjured. WSP says all people involved in the crash were wearing seat belts.
According to WSP, the cause and charges for the crash involve speed too fast for conditions.
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - Four people were hospitalized, with one being airlifted following a rollover crash on Highway 2 near Fairchild Air Force Base Wednesday morning.
According to Washington State Patrol, a van transporting school bus drivers to a terminal for work was traveling on Highway 2 west of Fairchild AFB. Moments later, WSP says a truck behind them approached at a high rate of speed, running the van off the road before it rolled over.
Police say four people were inside the van. One was taken to the hospital by a helicopter, while the remaining three were transported by ambulance. WSP says their injuries were serious but non-life threatening.
The roadway is open, but driver should proceed through the area with caution.
Update-SR2 at Wood Rd— Trooper J. Sevigney (@wspd4pio) October 9, 2019
Roadway has reopened although troopers remain on scene as tow trucks work to clear.
One patient transported by air ambulance with non life threatening injuries.