Gary A. Seal, 45, identified as the driver pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday morning
A Vancouver man was killed in a single-vehicle collision Wednesday morning in North Clark County. The deceased driver was identified as Gary A. Seal, 45, of Vancouver.
On Wednesday (Aug. 31) at about 8:26 a.m., personnel from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, North County Medics and Clark County Fire Rescue were dispatched to NE 225th Court and NE WH Garner Road for the report of an injury collision.
Responding units found a 2000 Toyota Echo with heavy front-end damage. The sole occupant was unconscious and was later pronounced deceased at the scene.
Initial investigation found the driver failed to negotiate a curve, left the roadway, and struck a tree and fence. Excessive speed is believed to be a factor in the collision.
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Traffic Unit is investigating the collision.
Information provided by Clark County Sheriff’s Office.
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