SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. – A South Cle Elum man was injured Friday morning when he rolled his pickup on Interstate 90 a mile east of Snoqualmie Pass, the Washington State Patrol reported.
Terry J. Sears, 48, was taken to Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, according to a patrol news release. A hospital spokeswoman said Friday evening that no patient was listed under that name at Swedish’s Issaquah campus.
Sears was driving a Ford F-350 west shortly after 9 a.m. when it left the road to the right, traveled up the embankment and rolled. The pickup came to rest on its driver’s side off the roadway.
The cause of the crash and any related charges remained under investigation.
Sears was wearing a seat belt, and intoxicants were not suspected of contributing to the crash, the news release said.
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