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DUI leads to crash on I-90 near Liberty Lake, WSP says

From staff reports

A man accused of driving under the influence was at fault in a crash that injured himself and three others on Interstate 90 in Liberty Lake on Sunday, the Washington State Patrol reported.

Jordan L. Johnson, 21, of Chewelah, Washington, was driving a Subaru Legacy westbound in the left lane of I-90 at about 8:30 p.m. when his car swerved into a Ford pickup that was westbound in the right lane.

Johnson’s Subaru rolled multiple times. He was transported to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center where he was treated and released. WSP said Johnson will face a charge of vehicular assault. A passenger in the Subaru was injured but was not hospitalized, WSP said.

The driver of the pickup, Phillip E. Johnson-Potter, 24, of Spokane, was injured but was not taken to a hospital. A passenger, Autumn T. Englehardt, 19, was transported to Sacred Heart, where she was treated and released.

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