Fatal Accident on I-90 Today
Mercer Island, WI – This morning, a fatal accident occurred on I-90 on the eastbound side. The driver of a Nissan truck and a Toyota Scion were ejected from the wreck. Both of them were 62 years old. The GMC driver was allegedly not wearing a seat belt, which is what caused the crash. The lanes were closed for several hours.
Larousse Desrosiers was driving a truck
Police say the 53-year-old Boston woman was driving an Amazon Prime tractor-trailer when she struck another vehicle on the eastbound side of the interstate. The truck hit a 2016 Volkswagen, causing it to crash into five other vehicles. A medical examiner pronounced Desrosiers dead on the scene. Another driver, Brian M. Harper, was taken to an area hospital for an autopsy.
Police say that Larousse Desrosiers was operating a 2012 Freightliner (Amazon Prime) tractor trailer when she lost control and crashed into five passenger vehicles. Ms. Mahar’s 2016 Volkswagen was struck by the truck, which then rolled over, causing the other five vehicles to collide with it. The crash was reported at approximately 2:15:15.
State police are still investigating the cause of the crash. The truck struck a 2014 BMW and a 2016 Volkswagen, which caught fire. Bonanno and two other occupants were taken to local hospitals. Desrosiers, meanwhile, was not injured in the crash. She was taken to the state police barracks in Latham, where she was evaluated by a drug recognition expert. State Police have not ruled out drug or alcohol use as a contributing factor in the accident.
The truck was driving an Amazon Prime tractor trailer when it collided with another car. The crash was caused by traffic that was slowing down and the truck was unable to avoid the slowed traffic. Larousse Desrosiers was driving a truck when she was struck. Her driver, Brian M. Harper, was killed at the scene. Larousse Desrosiers was transported to an Ellis Hospital for an autopsy. The truck driver also hit a 2016 Volkswagen and a second car. Both cars caught fire after the crash.
Courtney Mahar was driving a Toyota Scion
Today, the Cobleskill woman was one of two people killed in a multi-vehicle accident on the Thruway near Guilderland. Troopers responded to a crash between a tractor-trailer and five passenger vehicles between exits 25 and 24 on I-90 eastbound. The crash is still under investigation. State police are asking anyone with information to contact an investigator.
A second victim has been identified as Courtney Mahar, a graduate of Cobleskill High School who was driving a Toyota Scion. She was 26 years old and had recently graduated from the Schoharie County school. Her name has not yet been released. A crash reconstruction is underway in order to determine the cause of the collision, but the crash is not expected to be the fault of any single vehicle.
GMC driver was not wearing a seat belt
A Missouri man was killed in a two-vehicle crash on I-90 near Snoqualmie Pass, Washington, today. The crash occurred on westbound lanes near milepost 52. The driver of a 2006 GMC was traveling westbound when he collided with a semi-truck. The crash caused the GMC to become stuck in the semi-truck’s path, sending it off the roadway and into a tree. Despite the crash, the driver of the GMC was not wearing a seat belt. The crash caused the GMC to veer off the road and hit a tree, before coming to a rest on the right shoulder.
The driver of the GMC was not wearing a seat belt in the fatal crash on I-90 today. The driver is under arrest for the crash. The crash remains under investigation, but the driver will likely face charges. If the driver is not found guilty, he can be sentenced to a year in jail. Meanwhile, the injured male motorcycle driver may face a prison sentence for not wearing a seat belt.
The driver of a 2000 Harley-Davidson STC motorcycle was not wearing a seat belt in a collision on I-90 today. He was on a motorcycle when he failed to negotiate a curve and went off the road, colliding with a guard rail. Both motorcycle drivers were thrown from their vehicles and sustained non-life-threatening injuries. Neither rider was wearing a helmet.
Another 2007 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide motorcycle failed to negotiate the curve on U.S. Highway 16. The driver was not wearing a seat belt and failed to yield to an eastbound Harley-Davidson FLF motorcycle. The motorcycle driver sustained minor injuries and the GMC driver was not wearing a seat belt. The driver of the GMC did not wear a seat belt. Charges are pending.
Mercer Island crash
A deadly accident has shut down a section of Interstate 90 in Louisville. The driver was arrested for reckless driving, although police say he was not under the influence. The crash is still under investigation, but investigators are looking into whether drugs and alcohol were involved. The lanes have been reopened after cleanup. You can stay updated on the latest news and accident information on this page. Mercer Island police Marine Patrol and Seattle Police have sent divers into the water. Meanwhile, the State Patrol has flown a plane equipped with a heat-sensing infrared system over the accident scene. But so far, neither the plane nor the divers have found the body. Authorities are waiting for a missing person’s call that could identify the motorcyclist who died in the crash.
The accident killed a female and left one injured. The driver of the other vehicle was critically injured. A firearm was found inside the vehicle. The King County Medical Examiner determined that the female occupant of the truck died of a single gunshot wound to the head. Police are continuing to investigate the crash. Fire crews and Mercer Island Police responded to the crash at 7:13 p.m. and found the vehicle struck a power pole. A male occupant of the other vehicle was also injured but was not seriously injured. The man was transported to Harborview Medical Center in critical condition.
A car crash in Mercer Island closed eastbound Interstate 90 on Tuesday night. All lanes were shut down for several hours after the crash. The Washington State Patrol directed traffic to 76th Ave. Southeast. The road was reopened about two hours later, but the wreckage was still blocking traffic. Mercer Island residents are encouraged to avoid the area. In the meantime, they are encouraged to subscribe to FOX 13 Seattle’s breaking news emails for updates on the incident.
A motorcyclist hit a barrier on I-90 near 77th Avenue on Mercer Island, then fell into Lake Washington. Rescue teams ended their search for the motorcyclist at 2 a.m. Saturday. The motorcyclist was reportedly riding at high speeds while weaving in and out of traffic. A Toyota in the right lane was struck by the motorcyclist and fell into Lake Washington. The Washington State Patrol is now investigating the crash.