Snoqualmie Pass, WA (December 28, 2021)- The Washington State Patrol is investigating a significant crash involving semi-trucks which has shut down lanes of traffic on I-90 in Easton.
According to WSP Trooper John Bryant, one of the semis drove too fast for road conditions and hit three trucks that were in the process of chaining up.
One individual was brought to the hospital for minor injuries.
Semi with the cab twisted 90 degrees was traveling too fast for conditions and struck 3 semi’s chaining up thus causing the roadway closure. One transported with a minor injury. #SlowforSnow https://t.co/bdvG1k1RJU pic.twitter.com/iBZ0Y98mhG
— Trooper John Bryant (@wspd6pio) December 28, 2021
Transportation officials want to remind divers that when traction tires are explicitly required for traveling over the pass, it means both East and West traffic.
Snoqualmie Pass was reopened in the afternoon that same day.
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