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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

One hurt in three-vehicle crash that tied up westbound I-90 for hours; driver may face charges

Washington State Patrol troopers and trucking personnel inspect the scene of a crash between a semi truck and car, shown far left, on I-90 under the Freya Street overpass Thursday. Traffic was delayed for hours after the crash.  (Jesse Tinsley/THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW)
By Alexandria Osborne The Spokesman-Review

One person was injured in an Interstate 90 crash Tuesday afternoon involving two passenger vehicles and one semitruck traveling west near the Freya/Thor exchange .

The crash caused long traffic delays.

According to the Washington State Patrol, a Dodge truck driven by Robert G. Robinson, 76, struck the right rear of a Subaru while changing lanes.

The Subaru, driven by Troy Davis, 63, was sent out of control and spinning. It hit a guardrail and re-entered the lanes of traffic where it was then struck by the semitruck driven by Reid Ohlstrom, 26.

Davis was injured and transported to the hospital, according to the WSP news release. His Subaru was badly damaged. Robinson, the driver of the Dodge truck, has charges pending against him.

Ohlstrom was not injured. Everyone involved was wearing a seatbelt.