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Twin sisters involved in suspected fatal DUI crash

Posted by Unknown | Mar 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

A fatal car accident in Seattle resulted in the death of one young woman and the injuries of two others on Halloween, according to KING 5.

Reports show that the accident happened on Highway 20 of Oak Harbor when sisters Janeah and Janesah Goheen, both 17-years-old, together with friend Alysha Pickler, 18, were going to a Halloween party. An oncoming vehicle slammed into their car after it crossed the middle line of the road. Janesah, who was driving, sustained serious injuries in the crash, while her twin sister reportedly died from the impact of the crash. Pickler also sustained serious injuries from the crash, including a concussion.

The unidentified driver of the other car was initially observed by authorities to be impaired when he was brought to the hospital after only sustaining a leg injury from the crash. The results of a blood toxicity test are pending.

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