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April 20, 2013 at 6:08 PM

Seattle driver involved in double fatality in Oregon

Authorities have identified a Seattle man, Sterling M. Frinell, 38, as a driver involved in a double fatality Friday evening in northwest Oregon, according to an Oregon State Police news release.

Frinell was driving a 1999 Subaru Impreza south on Highway 101 in Warrenton when, “for an undetermined reason,” he crossed the centerline and collided with a 1974 Volkwagen Bug heading north, according to the Oregon State Police. Both men in the Volkswagen, driver Mark Wayne Agalzoff, 52, and Tryg Walker McCord, 20, died in the accident. They were from Seaside, Ore.

Frinell and his passenger, Margaret E. Goldman, 32, were both injured and taken by ambulance to a hospital in Astoria.

Frinell was driving with a license that had been suspended in Washington, according to the Oregon State Police.

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