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April 9, 2012 at 4:37 PM

SeaTac man killed, Des Moines man hurt in Yakima County accident

Yakima Herald-Republic

A SeaTac man was one of two people killed, and a Des Moines resident was one of three injured Sunday in a in a single-vehicle rollover accident in Yakima County.

Luis A. Marcia Santana, 23, of SeaTac, and Maximo Ocampo, 24, for whom no address was available, both died at the scene after being thrown from the 2005 Jeep they were riding in, according to a Washington State Patrol news release.

Injured were Adrian Mena Santana, 26, De Moines; Israel Evangelista Mena, 20, Roosevelt; and Basilio Flores Soriano, 24, Grandview.

The State Patrol said, Evangelista Mena as driving the Jeep about a mile south of Mabton, Yakima County, at 4:15 p.m. when he veered off the road to the left, overcorrected and rolled the vehicle, the release said.

Evangelista Mena was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. Two other passengers, Mena Santana and Flores Soriano, and, were both taken to Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital, the release said.

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