Leonilo Lumapas Obituary, Leonilo Lumapas Died In Interstate 5 Wreck

Leonilo Lumapas Obituary, Death – On Wednesday, a man who was driving near Tumwater on Interstate 5 and was killed in an accident with another car has been identified. He was 22 years old.

According to statements made by Thurston County Coroner Gary Warnock to The Olympian on Thursday, Leonilo Lumapas, a resident of Beaverton, Oregon, passed away at the scene of the collision. According to him, it has not been determined what caused his death officially.

According to a press brief released by the Washington State Patrol, the collision took place at 12:11 a.m. on Interstate 5 somewhere north of 93rd Avenue Southwest and somewhere south of Tumwater Boulevard.

After the event, state police officers obstructed traffic on the motorway for a total of six hours and thirty minutes. It was alleged that Lumapas was driving north in a Honda Civic and was in the second of three lanes.

Trooper Robert Reyer had stated in the past that the Honda collided with a semi-truck that was parked in that same lane. Both cars ended up in a ditch on the right shoulder of the motorway, where they came to a stop.

According to the memo, the driver of the semi-truck was a 30-year-old guy from Fresno who was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident and did not sustain any injuries. It was alleged that Lumapas did not have a seat belt on. According to the document, the impact completely destroyed both the Honda and the semi-truck.