George, WA — A woman was killed on I-90 last Friday night (August 23, 2013) after she was involved in an accident with a motorcycle whose driver may have been under the influence of alcohol. Police said that Sheri Warner, 35, was killed about 5 miles west of George after she fell from the motorcycle she was riding and was hit by another vehicle.
The motorcycle was headed east along I-90 at about 9:35 p.m. last Friday evening when the driver, identified only as a 56-year old man from Federal Way, lost control and Warner fell off. After landing in the roadway, Warner was hit by another car and died at the scene, though the driver did not stop to render aid.
The motorcyclist, who wasn’t injured, was suspected of being under the influence of alcohol by the local police.
Further investigation is ongoing.
Scene of the Accident
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