SNOQUALMIE PASS, Wash. (AP) — Four men are on the run after allegedly triggering a crash near Snoqualmie Pass, west of Seattle.
KOMO-TV reports that Washington State Troopers were called just after 12:30 a.m. Sunday about a crash between a semi truck and a snow plow on the westbound lanes of Interstate 90 east of the summit.
Trooper John Bryant says investigators determined a pickup truck with four men inside swerved and cut off the semi. The pickup crashed into a guardrail, sustaining damage, before driving off.
The semi lost control and struck a snow plow. The drivers were not injured.
Troopers found the damaged pickup truck nearby, apparently disabled from the crash. The four men inside were gone and remain on the loose.