Jacob Tracy Fatally Injured, Elizabeth Healey Hurt
FIFE, WASHINGTON (February 28, 2019)- According to the Washington State Patrol, a deadly 2-vehicle collision involving a semi-truck was reported last week on Tuesday, February 19th.
Authorities report that during the early morning hours at 5:10 a.m., a 2002 sports van and a 2014 semi-truck were involved in a collision.
Details in regards to what transpired remain unclear, however, the wreck tragically left the van’s driver, Jacob Tracy, 26, with fatal injuries.
Tracy’s passenger, Elizabeth Healey, also 26, was injured to an unknown degree and transported to a hospital by ambulance.
Meanwhile, the driver of the semi-truck, a 60-year-old male, was uninjured.
No further details have been readily made available as the investigation is ongoing.
Pending the findings of the investigation, the family of Jacob Tracy may be entitled to a wrongful death claim against the semi-truck driver if there is any liability found on the end of the 60-year-old motorist. Elizabeth Healey will be subject to a personal injury claim for which she may pursue compensation for her injuries and distress.
Bond & Taylor’s prayers and condolences go out to and remain with each of the victims involved as well as the friends and family members who have been deeply effected following this tragedy.
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