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Port of Pasco Commission president killed in crash

UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 1, 2017, 11:34 a.m.

CSRIA President Ron Reimann discussing CSRIA's O&M Water Conservation practices with the entire group including, from left to right: Rep. Bruce Chandler, Sen. Jim Honeyford, Rep. John McCoy, Brad Avy (WSDA), Rick George (CTUIR), Rep. Laura Grant, Derek Sandison (Ecology), and Sen. Chris Marr. (Business Wire)
CSRIA President Ron Reimann discussing CSRIA's O&M Water Conservation practices with the entire group including, from left to right: Rep. Bruce Chandler, Sen. Jim Honeyford, Rep. John McCoy, Brad Avy (WSDA), Rick George (CTUIR), Rep. Laura Grant, Derek Sandison (Ecology), and Sen. Chris Marr. (Business Wire)

PASCO – The president of the Port of Pasco Commission has died after a van crashed into his four-wheel farm vehicle.

Multiple news outlets reported that 74-year-old Ronald Reimann was driving east of the Pasco-Kahlotus Highway when a van rear-ended Reimann’s vehicle Sunday evening.

Franklin County sheriff’s deputies say Pedro Rubi-Juarez was driving a 2001 Chrysler van when it struck Reimann’s vehicle.

The sheriff’s office said Reimann died at the scene.

Sheriff’s detectives are investigating.

Reimann joined the Port of Pasco as a commissioner in 2012.


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