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WSP arrests Bellevue man in Sunday rollover collision

The Washington State Patrol has identified a 54-year-old Bellevue man as being responsible for a two-vehicle collision on I-405 near Kirkland that sent three people to the hospital Sunday.

Steven E. Peterson was traveling northbound on I-405 approaching 116th Street around 11:19 a.m., when his 1999 Chevy pickup collided with a 2008 Honda Fit driven by Robert G. Meadows, 63, of Bellevue, according to WSP. Peterson's truck rolled several times, ejecting his passenger, Stacy Briseno, 45, of Kirkland, who was transported to Harborview Medical Center. Meadows also sustained injuries and was transported to Overlake Hospital.

Peterson was treated at the Evergreen Hospital in Redmond before being booked into King County Jail for allegedly driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

 

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