Three Dead After Head On Crash In Vancouver

Vancouver, Washington – Three people are dead and a fourth is hurt after a head on crash early Sunday morning in Vancouver. It happened just after 1am on SR-14, a couple miles east of I-5. According to Washington State Police drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash. The driver of one of the vehicles, 33-year-old Aaron Dohman, somehow crossed over the center line, and crashed into the on-coming vehicle. He was taken to the hospital but later died. His passenger 47-year-old Michelle Henriksbo was also killed. The driver in the second vehicle 35-year-old Edgar Acosta was pronounced dead at the scene. Acosta’s passenger 33-year-old Christopher Kopf was the only survivor, he was taken to the hospital.

An hour later and about a mile down the road, police say a drunk driver was going the wrong way on SR-14 and hit two other cars. One man was taken to the hospital with serious injuries in that crash.


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