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Published: Monday, August 4, 2014, 4:33 p.m.

Stanwood crash victim identified as Everett man, 20

SEATTLE — An Everett man who died after a car accident near Stanwood last month has been identified as Michael Allen Wright Jr., 20.
Wright died at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle two days after the July 17 crash, officials said Monday. His death was ruled an accident.
The two-vehicle head-on crash happened about 4:30 p.m. at the intersection of Marine Drive and Thomle Road, according to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Wright’s obituary described him as a loving, devoted musician and artist. He loved dirt biking and other outdoor sports. A service was held in Snohomish in July.
Wright’s age was previously misstated in police reports.
Investigators do not suspect drugs or alcohol in the crash. They do not expect to seek any criminal charges.
Story tags » EverettStanwoodPoliceCar accident

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