36-Year-Old Man Dies in Car Accident in Tacoma
TACOMA, WA (July 13, 2020) – The authorities have identified the Gig Harbor man killed in a Tacoma car accident as 36-year-old Justin Hale.
The crash happened at South 56th Street and South Cushman Avenue on the afternoon of July 6.
Hale was reportedly driving a car when he crossed over the double yellow lines, into the path of oncoming traffic. He subsequently crashed into a Chevy Silverado that was traveling in the opposite direction.
Hale was pronounced dead at the scene. An adult female in the Silverado, meanwhile, received treatment for non-life-threatening injuries.
At this time, the cause of the crash is still unknown. However, the police are conducting further investigation.
The Sweet James team offers its sincerest sympathies to the family and friends of Justin Hale.
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