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2 dead and 2 critical in Seattle DUI crash

Posted by Unknown | Mar 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two people died and two others are in critical condition in Seattle after they were struck by a vehicle driven by a man allegedly under the influence.

Seattle police said retired teachers Dennis Schulte, 66, and his wife Judy, 68, were walking together with their daughter-in-law Karina Ulriksen-Schulte, 33, and her 12-day-old son when a pickup truck hit them on Monday, March 25. The couple instantly died in the crash while the mother and her baby were rushed to the hospital for critical injuries.

Police identified the pickup driver as Mark Mulan, 50. According to reports, Mulan's driver's license was currently suspended, and he was under the influence of alcohol beyond the legal driving limit when he hit the pedestrians.

Mulan is facing vehicular homicide and assault charges, in addition to a bond of $2.5 million.

Losing friends and family in such a tragedy is a devastating situation, and our  lawyers at Cowan, Kirk & Gaston Law Firm send their thoughts and condolences to those affected.

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