Snohomish man, 47, identified in deadly Lake Stevens crash

He was driving east on Highway 204, when he crossed into oncoming traffic, according to police.

LAKE STEVENS — A Snohomish man has been identified as a driver killed in a crash Wednesday in Lake Stevens.

Marc E. Crawford, 47, crossed the center line while driving a Ford Fiesta east on Highway 204, according to police. The Ford crashed head-on into a GMC Envoy at noon.

Crawford died of blunt force injuries, the Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office announced Friday.

A man, woman and two children in the GMC suffered injuries that appeared to be minor.

Police shut the road for hours as they investigated what caused the driver to cross into oncoming traffic.

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