A passenger was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
A 17-year-old was killed Saturday in a single-vehicle collision in Brush Prairie Saturday.
On Saturday (July 30) at about 11:57 a.m., Clark County Sheriff’s Office, American Medical Response and Clark County Fire District 3 personnel were dispatched to the area of NE 172nd Avenue and NE 119th Street on the report of a single-vehicle injury collision.
Responding units located a 1998 Chevrolet S-10 pickup off the roadway at the 11200 block of NE 172nd Avenue. Initial investigation showed the truck left the roadway south of the location and struck a pole owned by Clark Public Utilities.
The 17-year-old driver was pronounced deceased at the scene. A passenger was transported to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The causing factors of the collision are under further investigation by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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