Two drivers killed in head-on collision on Highway 2 near Snohomish identified
June 17, 2018
(EVERETT, WA.) – The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office on Friday announced it had completed the examination and confirmed identification of a 27-year old man who died in a motor vehicle collision on Highway 2 at Mile Marker 7 near Snohomish, WA on June 11th.
The decedent is Nicholas J. Ramon, 27, of Seattle, Washington. The cause of death is listed as multiple blunt force injuries. The manner of death is classified as Accident.
Mr. Ramon was the driver of one of two vehicles that hit head-on in a crash around 10 pm Monday night the 11th on Highway 2 at Three Lakes Road.
The driver of the other vehicle, also killed, has been identified by the ME’s office as 55-year old Annette R. Duncan of Everett, WA. The cause of death is multiple blunt force injuries. The manner of death is classified as Accident.
The initial state patrol on the accident said a red 2003 Nissan pickup truck was westbound on the highway at Three Lakes Road and two other vehicles – a red 2008 Dodge Caravan minivan and a black 2004 Ford F150 pickup truck – were eastbound at the same spot on the highway, with the Ford F150 behind the Dodge Caravan.
For reasons unknown, the red Nissan pickup truck crossed over the center line and crashed head-on into the Dodge Caravan, says the WSP accident report. The black Ford F150 then crossed the center line and hit the rear end of the Dodge Caravan.
Both the Caravan minivan and the Nissan pickup were totaled in the crash, the cause of which is under investigation.
Also on Friday, the Medical Examiner’s office said it will release identification and cause/manner of death on the body of a man recovered from the water at Everett Marina on June 14th as soon as it
Earlier this week, on Tuesday the Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed the identification and completed the examination of the 17-year old boy was found deceased in his residence in Lynnwood, Washington on June 11th as Ryan M. Truong.
The cause and manner of death are pending further lab studies, but the cause and manner of death appear to be due to natural causes and “There are no suspicious circumstances,” said a statement from the ME’s office.