The driver had a broken collarbone and possibly broken ankle, and the other driver suffered facial lacerations and was not conscious at the accident site in Clark County, the State Patrol said.
A man admitted to driving 140 mph before a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 near La Center, Clark County, early Friday, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The crash was reported just before 4 a.m. near the I-5 northbound La Center onramp, Trooper Will Finn said. La Center is between Longview and Vancouver.
The driver told troopers he was driving 140 mph before the collision, Finn said.
He suffered a broken collarbone and possibly broken ankle, and the other driver suffered facial lacerations and was not conscious at the scene, Finn said.
Most Read Stories
- No more flying with reindeer: Unique Alaska planes to retire VIEW
- ‘No more agriculture in Puerto Rico,’ a farmer laments
- Seattle to spend $177M on new streetcar line amid questions about ‘unrealistic’ revenue, rider projections
- Boeing’s next all-new jet moves closer to reality
- A daring betrayal helped wipe out Cali cocaine cartel
Both drivers were taken to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver. Their conditions were not available.
Patrol traffic detectives are investigating the incident as a possible vehicular assault, Finn said.