ROSLYN, Wash. – A Roslyn man was injured Saturday morning when he crashed a pickup in Roslyn, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Cody J. Earle, 20, was taken to Yakima Regional Medical and Cardiac Center. An update on his condition was not immediately available Saturday afternoon.
Earle was southbound in a Chevrolet K-10 about 7:10 a.m. when he crossed over the northbound lane and left the road to the left, according to a patrol news release. The vehicle traveled along the grassy shoulder, rotated and came to rest over a culvert.
The cause of the crash and any related charges remained under investigation.
Troopers said it’s unknown whether Earle was wearing a seat belt. Intoxicants were not suspected of contributing to the crash, the news release said.
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