Speeding driver crashes into WSP Trooper, 2 other cars
Posted on Thursday, July 16th, 2020 at 7:59 pm
SPOKANE, WA – Three people were injured last Saturday, July 11, when a driver who was attempting to elude Washington State Patrol, slammed into their vehicles.
According to KXLY News, a Washington State Trooper attempted to pull the driver over for speeding and erratic driving, but the car sped off.
The Trooper, who has not been identified, saw the vehicle again and attempted to pursue it again, but the driver slammed into the Trooper’s vehicle before speeding off again.
The Trooper followed the vehicle until the driver crashed into two other cars at E. Upriver Drive and Argonne.
The suspect and two people in the vehicles hit were transported to the hospital with injuries. The Trooper was not injured.
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