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Washington State Patrol Investigating Fatal Accident in Yakima County

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Washington State Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Yakima County. Washington State Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Yakima County.

YAKIMA COUNTY, WA - Washington State Patrol is investigating a fatal accident in Yakima County.

Troopers say 59-year-old Jose Ceniceros was driving westbound on Interstate 82 near milepost 51 Friday when he hit a vehicle driven by 20-year-old Adriana Weishaar.

After the two vehicles made contact, Ceniceros lost control of his vehicle and rolled multiple times onto the shoulder.

Ceniceros was killed in the accident.

Weishaar had three juvenile passengers in her vehicle. However, no one in her vehicle was injured.

Troopers aren't sure what caused the accident. It's not sure whether drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash.

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