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Investigation continues into U.S. 395 fatal accident

May 18, 2012

(Updated May 20)Washington State Patrol investigators who thought more than one person may have been involved in a fatal one-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 395 on Friday morning, now believe the driver was alone in the pickup truck.
According to the WSP, 19-year-old Jesse Cox was southbound on the highway between Hatch and Monroe roads at around 5:45 a.m. when he left the roadway and rolled a couple of times before it came to rest in a backyard of a home on Ballard Road.
When emergency crews arrived on the scene they found a body that had been apparently ejected from the vehicle.
Investigators quickly turned the area into a crime scene after evidence made them believe someone else may have been driving the vehicle. They later determined that Cox, who was not wearing a seat belt, was alone in the truck.

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