UPDATE: Suspect identified in Monday morning crash that killed two
Posted on Wednesday, July 1st, 2020 at 2:07 pm
KITTITAS COUNTY, WA – Washington State Troopers have identified the suspect they believe struck and killed two people in an accident Monday morning near Easton.
According to the Federal Way Mirror, David McFarland, 58, struck a disabled car from behind while driving eastbound on I-90 near exit 70. The 2001 Chevy Cavalier was parked on the right shoulder of the highway awaiting assistance.
The two people in the disabled Cavalier died on impact. The 39-year-old driver was from Grandview; the 43-year-old passenger was from Federal Way. Their identities have not yet been released.
McFarland, who WSP allege was under the influence of drugs at the time, is expected to be charged with two counts of vehicular homicide.
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