Natalie Nicoletti and Brendan Kivlehan Obituary – Cle Elum Car Accident: Driver could be charged in Monday crash that killed two people on I-90.
The driver involved in a fatal single car crash on Monday along I-90 has been identified by the Washington State Patrol.
According to troopers, the driver involved in the incident has been identified as 20-year-old Julian Dayap from Everett. The incident took place approximately three miles east of Cle Elum, where Dayap was operating a 2013 Subaru Legacy. As the vehicle approached a left-hand curve in the road, it unexpectedly veered into the right lane, subsequently leaving the roadway on the right-hand side. The car ultimately came to a stop in a ditch located at the tree line.
Two passengers hailing from the Chicago area, both in their 20s, lost their lives in a devastating crash. Meanwhile, Dayap was airlifted to Harborview Medical Centre in Seattle due to sustained injuries.
It has been reported that a third passenger, hailing from Chicago and also in their 20s, has been transported to Harborview alongside the previously mentioned individuals.
In a potential turn of events, Dayap may find themselves facing charges. The involvement of drugs or alcohol in the crash remains unknown.
The identities of the two passengers who lost their lives have been revealed. The deceased have been identified as 26-year-old Brendan Kivlehan, hailing from Palos Heights, Illinois, and 24-year-old Natalie Nicoletti, a resident of Countryside, Illinois.
Kivlehan was pronounced dead at the scene. Tragically, it has been reported that Nicoletti passed away during transportation to Harborview.
In a recent update, it has been revealed that the third passenger involved in the incident and currently receiving medical treatment at Harborview is identified as Katherine Ogletree, a 21-year-old resident of Chicago. Ogletree’s injuries are reported to be serious in nature.
In the aftermath of the crash, it has been determined that Kivlehan was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the incident. However, it remains unknown whether Ogletree had been properly strapped in.
According to troopers, it has been reported that both Dayap and Nicoletti were wearing their seatbelts.