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www.stthomastimesjournal.com

The pair, who were walking home from a bar in rainy weather at about 1 a.m., had entered the crosswalk against a do-not-walk signal after they did not see any cars approaching, Washington State Patrol spokesman Mark Francis said.
"This was a months-long investigation and we found the main cause of the collision was them walking into the intersection," Francis said. "But for their actions to have crossed illegally, no one would have been in the intersection when he made the turn." The man landed on the hood of the patrol car and rolled off, injuring his leg and neck in the collision, Francis said. The woman was also struck and left bleeding from her head. The pair were treated by medics and by Thompson, who considered their injuries to be minor at the time, and both refused to be transported for hospital care, Francis said. The emergency lights on the patrol car were not activated, Francis said.


www.heraldnet.com

It could take several months, trooper Mark Francis said Monday.


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- Trooper Mark Francis (@wspd7pio) April 17, 2015


www.katu.com

- Trooper Mark Francis (@wspd7pio) April 10, 2015


www.castanet.net

KOMO-TV reports that Trooper Mark Francis says when the passengers noticed a motorcycle trooper just ahead of them finishing up another traffic stop Wednesday, one of them told their driver, "All right, you're stopping here!"
Francis says the 45-year-old male driver pulled over, nearly hitting the motorcycle trooper. Four of the passengers piled out of the bus to complain about the driving. Francis says the volunteer driver for a senior centre was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence of prescription medication and 11 counts of reckless endangerment. Another bus took the passengers back to the senior centre. Says Francis, "They were pretty happy (the driver) stopped; they were pretty ticked they didn't get to go to the Tulip Festival."


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