Man critically injured after running into a tree on logging road near McCleary

Aberdeen’s The Daily World reports that a 27-year-old McCleary man was critically injured in a truck accident and his companion, a 23-year-old McCleary man, suffered minor injuries when the Ford Ranger truck the man was driving hit a tree off of a gravel logging road near McCleary.

According to the report, the driver is suspected of driving under the influence at the time of the single car accident. In Washington State, a driver is deemed impaired if their blood alcohol content is .08% or greater.

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