Update: Two From Bothell Killed By Fallen Tree on Highway 2

The two killed were a married couple, Tim and Cheryl Owen, and were heading to Chelan with family when the tree fell, KIRO television is reporting.

Update noon Saturday, Dec. 22: 

The oldest daughter of the Bothell couple killed Friday, Jessica Owen, is in critical condition at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee, a hospital spokeswoman told the Seattle Times. Son Jeremy Reed was treated and released.

Their younger daughter, Jaime Owen Mayer and her husband, Steven Mayer, were transferred to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where they were both reported to be in serious condition, the Times report said.

--Earlier report:

Two people from Bothell have died and four were injured when a tree fell onto their vehicle Friday afternoon about 21 miles west of Leavenworth on Stevens Pass, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Timothy Desmond Owen was driving a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban east on Highway 2 when it was struck by a falling tree at about 1:20 p.m.

Owen, 58, was killed at the scene, as was Cheryl Janine Reed, 56, the State Patrol said.

Four other passengers were injured and taken to Central Washington Hospital, the State Patrol said. Those injured include Jeremy Mathias Owen, 22; Jamie Owen Mayor, 24; Steven T. Mayor, 24; and Jessica Janine Owen, 27. 

The State Patrol said the highway was closed between Stevens Pass and Milepost 84 east of the summit, but reopened in both directions several hours later.

KIRO television reported the two killed were a married couple, Tim and Cheryl Owen, and were heading to Chelan with family when the tree fell. He was an insurance executive and she was a manager at Amazon. See the KIRO story here.

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Local Guy December 23, 2012 at 07:23 PM
Keep fighting Jessica, you are a very tough woman. Game isn't anyway near over for you. I know you can dig another one out, Coach.


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