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Family Suing Grant County Resort Over Young Girl’s Drowning

A family from King County is suing a Grant County resort over the drowning death of a young girl this summer. The wrongful death lawsuit against Cave B Inn and Winery in George claims 10-year-old Danika Ross was sucked into an irrigation pipe in a man-made lake that was unfit for recreation.
GRANT COUNTY, WA
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Idaho man dies in Eastern Washington car crash

WAITSBURG, Wash. — A man has died in Walla Walla County after a single car crash on Saturday morning. The incident happened at milepost 352 on East Highway 12. The car left the road and struck an Embankment, according to Washington State Patrol (WSP). The cause of the accident is...
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Boat trip south of Othello turns tragic after divers recover body; victim’s friend missing

BASIN CITY - Franklin County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a fatal incident that occurred on Chance Lake between Basin City and Connell. Deputies recently responded to the lake after a small boat was found submerged. Divers were summoned to the scene where they found the body of an 80-year-old man from Grandview. Authorities presume that the elderly man drowned.
OTHELLO, WA
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Two hurt in early Monday morning rollover crash in Moses Lake

MOSES LAKE - Two people were injured in a rollover crash early Monday morning on state Route 17 in Moses Lake. Jose L. Juan Cruz, a 24-year-old Moses Lake man, was driving a 2000 Toyota Camry south on SR 17, approaching Stratford road. The man reportedly drove off the road to the right and hit the embankment, causing the vehicle to roll, according to the Washington State Patrol.
MOSES LAKE, WA
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24-year-old Jose Juan Cruz and his 20-year-old passenger injured after a rollover crash on SR-17 (Moses Lake, WA)

On Monday morning, a 24-year-old Jose Juan Cruz, a resident of Moses Lake, and his 20-year-old male passenger suffered injuries after a DUI crash on State Route 17. As per the officials, Juan Cruz was driving a 2000 Toyota Camry southbound on State Route 17, approaching Stratford Road. His vehicle reportedly went off the road to the right and hit an embankment as a result of which the vehicle flipped over. The impact ejected Juan Cruz from his car, which came to a stop and blocked a southbound lane of the freeway.
MOSES LAKE, WA

Fire burns wildland near Blue Heron Park

MOSES LAKE — A fire on wildland adjacent to Blue Heron park burned about 30 acres Friday afternoon. Moses Lake Fire Department Capt. Brandon Burns said the fire, adjacent to 111 Westshore Dr. NE, didn’t cause any property damage. The fire started at a homeless camp next to the park...
MOSES LAKE, WA
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Two injured in alleged DUI-caused collision

Two men were injured early Monday morning in an alleged DUI-caused collision on state Route 17, near Stratford Road, in Moses Lake. Jose L. Juan Cruz, 24, of Moses Lake, was driving south in a silver 2000 Toyota Camry just before 3:23 a.m. on state Route 17, approaching Stratford Road, when the vehicle veered to the right, struck an embankment and rolled, according to the Washington State Patrol.
MOSES LAKE, WA
Wenatchee World

Rollover collision near Moses Lake causes injury, traffic block

MOSES LAKE — Two men sustained injuries early Monday morning after a rollover collision that blocked one lane of southbound traffic on Highway 17 outside Moses Lake. The driver, Jose L Juan Cruz, was traveling southbound on Highway 17 near Stratford Road in a 2000 Toyota Camry when the car hit an embankment and rolled, states a State Patrol news release. State Patrol determined the cause as driving under the influence.
MOSES LAKE, WA
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Recovery of Moses Lake hiker raises questions about searches

MARBLEMOUNT — This is tough country. Toppled trees covered in moss. Spiders rappelling into your hair. And everything tilted at an absurd angle — 35 to 40 degrees — making progress a thing measured in hundreds of feet, not miles. And so, 667 days after a 28-year-old Moses Lake woman...
MOSES LAKE, WA
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4 people injured in DUI-related wreck Monday morning near Warden

WARDEN - Four people were injured in a DUI-related collision on state Route 17 Monday morning near Warden. Daniel Garcia, a 23-year-old Pasco man, was driving a 2001 Ford Expedition north on SR 17 when he reportedly lost control of the SUV, according to the Washington State Patrol. State troopers...
WARDEN, WA
Columbia Basin Herald

Four injured in alleged DUI-caused collision

Four people from Pasco were injured Monday morning in an alleged DUI-caused collision on state Route 17, about 7 miles north of Othello. Daniel C. Garcia, 23, of Pasco, was driving a blue 2001 Ford Expedition north on state Route 17 just before 5:41 a.m. behind a silver 2009 Nissan Murano, driven by Luis M. Solano Rafael, 19, of Mesa, according to the Washington State Patrol.
MESA, WA
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Second man killed in fatal crash near Moses Lake identified

The second man killed in a fatal crash near Moses Lake earlier this month has been identified. Moses Lake resident Miguel Ortiz, 52, and 31-year-old Rigoberto Marmolejo of Royal City, Washington, were killed when a semitruck drove through a stop sign and T-boned their Chevy pickup truck Aug. 11, officials have said.
MOSES LAKE, WA
Columbia Basin Herald

Fire at Moses Lake offices causes closures

Some offices at the Moses Lake’s Civic Center at 401 S. Balsam St. were to remain closed until Monday due to fumes from an electrical fire Friday morning, according to a city news update. The Moses Lake Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department, Moses Lake Police Department, Planning, Accounting and...
MOSES LAKE, WA