Update: Woman killed in crash with semi-truck on I-5
Posted on Tuesday, September 15th, 2020 at 4:29 pm
EVERETT, WA – A 36-year-old woman died in a car accident involving a semi-truck on Interstate 5 near State Route 529 on Monday morning.
KOMO News identified the woman as Everett resident Brenda L. Cuff. First responders pronounced Cuff dead at the scene. A 37-year-old male passenger sustained minor injuries.
Washington State Patrol determined that Cuff was driving her Honda Odyssey at a high rate of speed on southbound I-5 when she lost control and crashed into a guardrail. From there, the Honda swerved into the path of the semi-truck. The 36-year-old semi-truck driver was not injured.
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