Get up-to-the-minute news sent straight to your device. Isable ... Read More, The Grant County Coroner ruled on Wednesday that a dog attack victim's death was accidental. According to Washington State Patrol, the crash was caused by … The man, Max Taylor, was driving east on Road 7-Northeast, west of Road K-Northeast, when he collided in the westbound lane with a truck driven by a 16-year-old from Moses Lake. Covid-19; Forum; Cities .

1 to 3 inches of snow expected. High around 45F. Zachary Willis, 27, was bit several times and killed by his own dog at the Harvest Manor Mobile Home Park ... Read More, More results in our Moses Lake Washington Archives, Accident? MOSES LAKE, Wash. - Washington State Patrol is on the scene of a serious injury rollover crash near Moses Lake. A 28-year-old Moses Lake woman and her 8-year-old daughter were injured Wednesday morning when their vehicle collided with a potato truck on Highway 17 about eight miles south of Moses Lake. CORONAVIRUS UPDATES RIGHT NOW IN YOUR INBOX, Head-on crash kills two on I-90 near Moses Lake, Washington health officials schedule urgent media briefing for Tuesday due to accelerated COVID-19 transmission, A look at Spokane's new interim health officer, Frank Velàzquez, FIRST ON KHQ: Why Dr. Lutz was fired and his responses, 4 individuals may face charges for breaking CDA mask mandate, 5 businesses may face charges from the state, Loud noise reported near the Kaiser Aluminum plant in the Spokane Valley, East Valley School District warns about possibility of closing schools, Court docs reveal details in the murder of 19-year-old Jason Fox, Asotin County looking to retain Dr. Lutz as Public Health Officer: 'He has strong support from our Board down here', City of Spokane reminding citizens to move RVs, boats and trailers off streets before snow hits, Protesters gather outside the Missoula Police Department after an officer involved shooting, Gonzaga Students "Zoom-Bombed" in a Black Student Union Meeting, Northwest Expedition Academy suspends on site activities due to staffing shortages, Saluting the Brave: 'I don't think we can say 'thank you' enough', WATCH: Pullman Police urge safety, COVID-19 precautions ahead of first WSU home game, Not all Republicans accepting election results, Deputies investigate shooting at an empty home, Gov. MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A 75-year-old man was killed and three others injured in a car crash on Friday near Moses Lake.

Two are dead after a head-on crash Monday afternoon on the I-90 near Moses Lake. Read More, A 28-year-old Moses Lake woman and her 8-year-old daughter were injured Wednesday morning when their vehicle collided with a potato truck on Highway 17 about eight miles south of Moses Lake.

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The Grant County Sheriff's Office Motor Traffic Unit will continue to investigate. Eastbound I90 at a standstill Read More, Traffic stopped/crawling - 2 car accident Read More, SR 17 at MP 50.8: Moses Lake at I-90 Traffic Cam, I-90 at MP 164.5 (Looking East) Traffic Cam, Moses Lake Municipal Airport West Traffic Cam, Traffic Jam on Baltimore Washington Pkwy N, Click here to reveal Moses Lake WA traffic and accident MAP, Icy roads in Grant County causing several collisions this morning, Moses Lake man dies in motorcycle accident, Two hurt in collision with potato truck Wednesday morning on SR 17 near Moses Lake, Moses Lake woman, daughter injured after collision with potato truck, Dog attack victim's death ruled an accident, dog to be euthanized. A head-on collision killed two people Monday afternoon on the I-90 near Moses Lake. Low 32F. MOSES LAKE, Wash. - A 75-year-old man was killed and three others injured in a car crash on Friday near Moses Lake. Miller and Schaible were pronounced dead at the scene. Overcast. Chance of rain 60%. Error! You have permission to edit this article.

Get the latest news, weather, sports and information from the region's top local news source. Overcast. According to Washington State Patrol Trooper John Bryant, a two-vehicle crash occurred near milepost 42, which is eight miles south of Moses Lake. Receive breaking news emails from KHQ Local News, Daily weather forecasts from the KHQ Weather Authority. According to Washington State Patrol Trooper Collin Cumaravel, the crash happened just before 3:00 p.m. in the westbound lanes. 75-year-old man killed; three others injured in Moses Lake car crash. Winds SSE at 5 to 10 mph.. Cloudy with snow showers becoming a steady accumulating snow later on.

The Washington State Patrol said the accident that killed Edward Wright, 78, was still under ... Read More, Two people have been airlifted to a Spokane hospital after a collision involving a potato truck Wednesday morning near Moses Lake. You have permission to edit this article. Sorry, there are no recent results for popular commented articles. Of the 115 people on board, 87 died and 28 survived. Success! A 28-year-old Moses Lake woman and her 8-year-old daughter were injured Wednesday morning when their vehicle collided with a potato truck on Highway 17 about eight miles south of Moses Lake. According to Washington State Patrol, the crash was caused by a wrong way driver. About 10:30 pm, the officer was driving through the intersection of SR17 and Nelson Road with the green light. Jay Inslee could end up in Joe Biden's presidential cabinet, NYT reports, Veterans find unlikely ally in video games. Two are dead after a head-on crash Monday afternoon on the I-90 near Moses Lake. Both drivers and one of the passengers were wearing seatbelts. The driver of the Ford and her two teen-aged passengers were injured and also transported to Samaritan Healthcare. Taylor later died at Samaritan Healthcare.

Drugs and alcohol were not involved, and the Grant County Sheriff's office says Taylor most likely suffered from a medical emergency as he was driving, which caused him to swerve into the opposite lane.