UPDATE | Infant, mother and father killed when concrete slab falls from SR 410 overpass onto Angeline Road in Bonney Lake

The Bonney Lake Police Department PIO Twitter account reported a family of three, an infant child, mother and father were killed when a large portion of concrete fell from SR 410 onto a truck on Angeline Road.

UPDATE: The Bonney Lake Police Department PIO Twitter account reported a family of three, an infant child, mother and father in mid 20s, were killed when a large portion of concrete fell from SR 410 onto a truck on Angeline Road.

Bonney Lake Mayor Neil Johnson stated in press release following the incident, “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of those involved in this accident. The city mourns the loss of life associated with a project designed to enhance the safety of its citizens.”

According to the city release, the construction project was designed to widen the bridge and provide a safe walkway for pedestrians to cross the busy highway bridge. Construction workers were working on the bridge barrier for later removal when the accident occurred. Possible one-lane temporary closures of Angeline Road were planned for later in the day as work progressed on the bridge barrier. The bridge work is being performed under direction of the city’s general contractor, WHH Nisqually Federal Services.

UPDATE: A portion of a concrete from construction work on SR 410 fell from the overpass crushing the truck.

One confirmed fatality. Unknown number of passengers.

The construction work on SR 410 involves widening sidewalks.

Early report is a piece of concrete fell from state Route 410 overpass on Angeline Road in Bonney Lake and crushed a truck.

No official report of injuries yet, expected shortly. East Pierce Fire and Rescue personnel are on the scene.

Angeline Road closed from overpass to Veterans Memorial Drive.

Reporter Ray Still is on the scene calling in updates.

 

 

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