On December 9, 2016, a 4×4 slammed into a tree in the middle of a highway in Washington state.
The driver of the car was later arrested for driving under the influence.
What caused the crash?
The driver was not wearing a seat belt and was traveling at 70 mph, according to the Seattle Times.
The accident was caused when the 4×8 hit the tree while accelerating.
The tree was knocked down and caused a huge pileup of dirt and rocks, including a small car that was damaged in the collision.
What were the damage estimates?
The tree is estimated to have been about 20 feet (6 meters) tall.
The vehicle was traveling between 40 mph (64 kph) and 80 mph (104 kph).
The crash site is in an area that has a lot of heavy traffic and debris.
It’s unclear how the tree’s weight could have caused the 4×8 to crash into the vehicle.
The Washington State Patrol said the tree was about 100 feet (30 meters) away from the car, but the driver of that car said he was unable to see the tree.
What is the cause of the crash, and how long will it take for the cleanup to start?
The investigation is still ongoing, and the investigation is ongoing and ongoing.
It will take some time for the debris to settle out, and cleanup crews are still doing their job.
How can I get involved?
The Seattle Times says you can donate to the cause on the 4 x 4 Off Road Foundation’s website.
They also offer a Facebook page, which has more information about the crash.
There’s also a crowdfunding campaign to help with the cleanup.
How do I help?
If you would like to donate, you can use a credit card on their website or pay with cash.
You can also make a donation online through Paypal or send a check.
What are the consequences of the accident?
The damage caused to the tree and the vehicle could cause additional damage to nearby properties, according the Seattle Examiner.
It could also damage the structure of the property and the road, which could lead to a closure, the newspaper reported.
Are there any laws preventing drivers from wearing seat belts in the event of a crash?
There are some states that have laws requiring drivers to wear seat belts when they drive in an accident.
The states that require seat belts include New Jersey, California, Washington, Texas, Illinois, Minnesota, Arizona, Georgia, Montana, New York, Maryland, Connecticut, and New Jersey.
The only states that don’t require seat belt use are Delaware and Oregon, according National Geographic.
What does it mean if the driver is not wearing seat belt?
While a driver may not be required to wear a seatbelt when driving in an injury or death, it’s important to remember that seat belts do not protect you from a crash.
If you are injured or killed by another driver while driving, you may need medical attention.
If your car was involved in a crash, there is also a chance you could be prosecuted for not wearing your seat belt, according The Washington Post.