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19-year-old injured in I-90 rollover in Spokane Valley

Oct. 13, 2022 Updated Thu., Oct. 13, 2022 at 6:39 p.m.

Jadyn R. Cavitt, 19, of Spokane, was injured when the 2012 Chrysler 300 he was driving Thursday morning on Interstate 90 in Spokane Valley crashed at the Evergreen Road on-ramp. The Washington State Patrol said Cavitt was driving at a high rate of speed.   (Courtesy of Washington State Patrol)
Jadyn R. Cavitt, 19, of Spokane, was injured when the 2012 Chrysler 300 he was driving Thursday morning on Interstate 90 in Spokane Valley crashed at the Evergreen Road on-ramp. The Washington State Patrol said Cavitt was driving at a high rate of speed.  (Courtesy of Washington State Patrol)

A 19-year-old Spokane man was taken to Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center after the car he was driving Thursday on Interstate 90 in Spokane Valley rolled.

Jadyn R. Cavitt was driving a 2012 Chrysler 300 shortly before 11 a.m. west on the interstate at Evergreen Road, according to a Washington State Patrol news release.

Cavitt left the road onto the shoulder of the westbound on-ramp, causing the vehicle to launch over the ramp, troopers said. The car struck the guardrail on the right shoulder of the on-ramp, and rolled down an embankment.

Cavitt had serious but not life-threatening injuries, according to the state patrol’s District 4 Twitter page.

Cavitt was wearing a seat belt, the release said.

Troopers said speed caused the crash.

The right lane of the Evergreen Road on-ramp was blocked for a few hours, Trooper Ryan Senger said.

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