74-Year-Old Pickup Driver Injures Two In Quincy

Quincy, WA (March 15, 2022)- A 74-year-old pickup driver injured two people east of Quincy on Monday afternoon.

 The crash occurred on State Route 28.

Randall Jimmerson, 74, allegedly caused the crash as he struck a Ford Expedition with his 2019 Chevy Silverado pickup, Washington State Patrol trooper John Bryant said.

The Ford driver, 55-year-old Thelma Vargas, and her unnamed passenger were injured in the crash. 

They were taken to Quincy Valley Medical Center with no life-threatening injuries, Bryant said.

Jimmerson was reportedly not injured.

The accident led to the closure of the road for about two hours as crews cleaned up the debris from the crash.

News Source: KPQ News

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