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Hwy. 20 fatal crash (3)

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SEDRO-WOOLLEY, Wash – Investigators are looking for any witnesses after a car crash killed three people last week on Highway 20 in Skagit County.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Mark Francis said the two car head-on crash happened around 5:10 a.m. May 23rd near Hamilton Cemetery Rd E in Sedro-Woolley.

Francis identified the dead as Frederick Brand, 65, of Concrete; Nicole A. Washington, 23, of Sedro-Wooley; and Megan L. Brown, 21, of Bellingham.

The injured — Alfredo Navarro Jr., 19, of Mount Vernon, and Quinnton A. Baxter, 22, of Burlington — were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

The Washington State Patrol said a 1998 Audi A4 was eastbound on State Route 20 when it crossed the center line and struck Brand’s westbound Ford Fusion head-on, killing him. The two young women killed in the crash were in the Audi

Detectives are looking for anyone who may have seen the crash or the events that lead up to it.   If you saw or heard anything or know someone that did, please call C.I.D. Detective Scott Witman at (360) 654-1143.

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1 Comment

  • Ted

    How about the two guys in the back seat of the speeding, out of control, car. I’ll bet thay know something. Tradgic loss, all sympathies to the families…

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