A female driver died of a medical condition while driving on State Route 167 on Friday. WSP PHOTO

Woman with medical condition dies on SR 167

  • Saturday, September 9, 2017 6:56am
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A woman with a medical condition died while driving northbound on State Route 167 during rush hour Friday, according to Washington State Patrol.

The woman was involved in a collision around 5 p.m. on the Valley Freeway at the Highway 18 interchange, State Patrol reported. A passenger in the car was not injured. The vehicle, as Trooper Rick Johnson described in a Tweet, was driven up onto an embankment and not blocking traffic.

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