Seattle man, Everett woman identified as US 2 crash victims

Their head-on collision Monday was in a dangerous area that will get concrete barriers next year.

SNOHOMISH — Two people who died in a crash on U.S. 2 near Snohomish on Monday have been identified.

They were Nicholas J. Ramon, 27, of Seattle, and Annette R. Duncan, 55, of Everett, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office reported Friday. The deaths were ruled accidents.

Ramon was driving a truck westbound when he crossed the centerline near the Three Lakes Road overpass, according to the Washington State Patrol. His truck hit Duncan’s van head-on around 10 p.m. No one else was injured.

Troopers Friday said they have not determined what might have caused the crash.

The location of the collision along the section of U.S. 2 is expected to get concrete median barriers in 2019 to separate the eastbound and westbound lanes.

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