• May 25, 2017

Gary Moody Killed, One Hurt in Accident in Key Peninsula, WA

Key Peninsula, WA -- A collision between an alleged drunk driver and a golf cart claimed the life of 65-year-old Gary Moody, and left an unidentified person with injuries Monday, May 22, 2017.

The investigation into the incident revealed Mr. Moody was driving the golf cart on Wright-Bliss Road when it was struck by a vehicle. The vehicle that struck the cart was driven by 49-year-old Ty Fuller. Police officials say the driver of the passenger car, Mr. Fuller, was intoxicated at the time of the crash.

Mr. Moody was killed in the collision. An unidentified passenger of the golf cart was left with injuries.

The investigation into the deadly incident is currently underway.

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