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Officials identified 46-year-old Jonathan L Hogan who died after an auto-pedestrian crash on I-5 (Lewis County, WA)

Authorities identified 46-year-old Jonathan L Hogan, from Olympia, as the man who lost his life after being hit by a semi-truck late Tuesday on Interstate 5.

The fatal auto-pedestrian crash took place on I-5 near mile marker 72 in Lewis County. According to the investigation reports, the man was in the left lane of southbound I-5 shortly before midnight when he got hit by a semi-truck driven by a 53-year-old Tacoma man.

Jonathan L Hogan succumbed to his injuries at the scene. There will be no charges as the cause that led to the fatality was a pedestrian in the roadway. No other details are immediately available.

January 15, 2022

Source: chronicle.com

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