Everett woman killed, driver injured in Yakima-area car accident

An Everett woman, Nichole Lynn Beery, age 22, was killed in a single-car roll-over car accident on Friday evening around 6pm near Yakima.

According to a report in the Yakima Herald.com, Beery was a passenger in a Suzuki Samurai driven by Patrick Hignard, age 44 of Puyallup. The small SUV failed to negotiate a curve and went off of State Route 410, a Forest Service road, eight miles west of the Woodshed Restaurant.

Hignard and another passenger, Shannon Sims, age 20 of Lynnwood, made it out of the vehicle and hiked out and made the report of the car accident on Saturday morning. Sims was uninjured but Hignard was treated for injuries. It is ironic that Sims was the only person in the vehicle not to have been wearing a seat belt.

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  1. Keisha says:

    I knew Nikki. She was my neighbor šŸ™ She became a great friend of mine, and I am honored to say I knew her. Her passing has taught me to appreciate the people I have in Life. And what they do for me. I will pray for you Nikki, I know you are in a beautiful place.