The Washington State Patrol is trying to learn more about an Edmonds woman who was killed when her car collided with a semi-truck June 22 in Cowlitz County.
Kerri Hartnett-McGill was driving south on Interstate 5 near Headquarters Road when her car crossed into the northbound lanes and collided with the semi-truck, the State Patrol said. Hartnett-McGill was killed and her 4-year-old daughter, who was in a child seat in the rear of the Acura, was severely injured.
The driver of the semi-truck escaped from the truck before it burned, according to the State Patrol.
The Patrol says troopers had two contacts with Harnett-McGill earlier that morning and did not detect anything that could have contributed to the crash. State Patrol detectives want to talk with anyone who had contact with Hartnett-McGill in the 24 hours before her death to see if they know of anything that could have contributed to the crash.
Anyone with information on Hartnett-McGill is asked to contact State Patrol Sgt. Jerry Cooper at 360-805-1192, or Detective Dan Comnick at 360-805-1160.