The Seattle Times reports that Britteny Davis, 15, of Yakima, was killed at the scene of an accident on Interstate 90 approximately 6 miles west of Cle Elum, Washington. Cle Elum is approximately 75 miles east of Seattle.
According to the report, the girl was riding in a car driven by her mother, Marita S. Davis, 42 along with Jayden Davis, 6, and Kaycee Davis, 8 when the car went off the highway and hit a tree.
Brittney was killed at the accident scene. Injured in the accident was Jayden who was treated at Kittitas Valley Community Hospital for abrasions and contusions. Kaycee was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle for treatment of abdominal injuries. Marita Davis was taken to Kittitas. A report by KNDO/KNDU news said all the injured have since been released.
Marita Davis’s sister-in-law, Rosetta Whitman, said a medical emergency caused the accident. She said, “She started feeling dizzy and everything went blank, and she woke up to the feeling of going off the road, and then she blacked out again, and then she woke up and tried to take care of her kids.”
This is a tragic accident for this family.
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