Search Continues After SUV Rolled Into Snoqualmie River 

Fall City, WA (January 9, 2022)- A search is underway after an SUV plunged into Snoqualmie River in Fall City on Sunday.

Four people were inside the vehicle at the time of the incident. Two people—the driver and an 8-month-old girl—could get out of the car.

A woman and an 8-year-old are still missing, law enforcement officials said. They are believed to still be in the vehicle.

The driver, a 35-year-old Carnation man, lost control and plunged into the river as he attempted a left turn on westbound State Route 202 near 332nd Avenue Southeast, Washington State Patrol trooper Rick Johnson.

The driver was arrested for driving under the influence, WSP said.

The King County Sheriff’s Office and Eastside Fire & Rescue assist in rescue efforts.

News Source: KIRO 7

Your wrongful death lawyers

Have you been severely hurt or involved in a wrongful death caused by another party? We’re on your side and we’re fighting for you to get the outcome you deserve! 

Call us today at (360) 435-1663 or fill out our online intake form to schedule your free consultation with a personal injury attorney. Begin the process of recovering compensation.

Disclaimer: The facts in this post are from news sources and other websites. We have not checked it for accuracy. If you find anything that is wrong, please let us know so we can fix it. At Wells Trumbull, we provide the information documented in the news as a resource for families facing similar situations with personal injury law. 

We would also like to respect the victims in these stories and hope that this information will help prevent further loss of life in the future.