2 pedestrians injured in Wal-Mart parking lot on Black Friday

A suspected drunk driver has been arrested after he struck two pedestrians in the Covington Wal-Mart parking lot on Black Friday.

Police believe that the 71-year-old driver of an SUV was driving under the influence of alcohol when he struck a man and a woman both in their 40s. Both of the injured suffered serious injuries and were taken to the Level I trauma center at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

According to a report in the Everett Herald, the woman suffered a pelvis injury after she was pinned under the SUV. Both the man and the woman suffered head injuries.

The unidentified driver faces charges of Vehicular Assault by DUI, vehicle code RCW 46.61.522. If convicted, the driver faces 6 months to 1 year in prison.

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Drunk driving accidents are not like other accidents in that they could have been prevented had the driver not chosen to drink and drive.

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If you or a loved one has been the victim of a drunk driver, you may be facing a lengthy hospitalization, rehabilitation and you may be partially or fully disabled because of your accident. The Farber Law Group is here to answer your questions about Washington drunk driving accidents and we will fight to obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries, medical costs, lost wages and for pain and suffering.

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