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Three-car accident leaves two injured in Kennewick

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KENNEWICK, WA.-- Saturday afternoon, around 3:15 PM, N Washington Street was shut down for about forty minutes while police officers responded to a three-car accident.
     Officer Jim Valdez told KNDU that the accident happened after a man turning from Columbia Drive onto N Washington Street didn't stop for oncoming traffic. 

He then struck another car, and the two of them swung out and struck a third car on the road. In the three cars, there were five people involved. Two of them were transported to Trios Health for minor injuries, and are expected to be okay.

The driver at fault will be cited with failure to yield. 
 

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