2 killed, 4 injured when car crashes into Wenatchee barbershop
Posted on Wednesday, February 17th, 2021 at 1:21 pm
WENATCHEE, WA – Two people were killed and four others were injured, one critically, when a vehicle collided with a barbershop last week.
NCW Life reports that incident happened at Chelan Avenue and Second Street sometime last week. An unidentified motorist suffered a medical episode, crashing his car into another vehicle and then caroming into the barbershop. Colleen Johnson, a 61-year-old passenger in the first vehicle, was killed, as was Jesus Fausto-Curiel, a 25-year-old customer.
A 23-year-old barbershop employee was critically injured and rushed to Harborview Medical Center, where was receiving treatment as of February 16. Three other people received less serious injuries.
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