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Published: Monday, March 4, 2013, 8:14 a.m.

Darrington man dies in crash

  • A one-car accident killed a 20-year-old Darrington man Sunday night.

    Washington State Patrol

    A one-car accident killed a 20-year-old Darrington man Sunday night.

DARRINGTON — A 20-year-old Darrington man died Sunday after his car went off the road north of town.
The crash was reported just before 9:45 a.m. Sunday along Highway 530, near the crossing with Concrete-Sauk Valley Road, according to a Washington State Patrol memo. That's just north of the Snohomish-Skagit county line.
Troopers believe Kenneth Cousins was eastbound in a 1993 Subaru Legacy when the car crossed the center line, left the road and landed in a cluster of trees.
Cousins was ejected from the car.
Troopers are investigating.

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