Two Pronounced Dead after Solo-Vehicle Collision near Milepost 89
CLE ELUM, WA (August 28, 2023) – Monday afternoon, Brendan Kivlehan and Natalie Nicoletti was killed in a single-car crash on Interstate 90.
The incident occurred around 2:30 p.m., near milepost 89 near August 21st.
Per reports, Julian Dayap was driving a 2013 Subaru Legacy with his passengers Kivlehan, Nicoletti and Katherine Ogletree. Investigators say Dayap veered off the left-hand curve and crossed into the right lane before coming to rest in a ditch.
Meanwhile, paramedics took 20-year-old Dayap and 21-year-old Ogletree to Harborview Medical Center for for further treatment. Officers say Kivlehan was not wearing a seat belt at the time.
Medics arrived and pronounced 26-year-old Kivlehan, of Palos Heights, Illinois and 24-year-old Nicoletti, of Countryside, Illinois dead at the scene.
Following preliminary duties, authorities stated that Dayap could face charges, and it was not yet determined if intoxication played a role in the incident. At this time, the crash is still under active investigation.
No words can mend the broken hearts and sorrow felt during this delicate moment. Deepest condolences and sympathies are with the family and friends of Brendan Kivlehan and Natalie Nicoletti.
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