SPOKANE, Wash. — A Tri-Cities woman died Friday morning after colliding with a semi truck on Eastbound I-90 near the Spokane Amazon distribution center.
According to a press release by the Washington State Patrol (WSP), 28-year-old Angela Kondratyuk, of Kennewick, was driving a Toyota Avalon on east I-90, five miles southwest of Spokane. She lost control of her vehicle and got stuck under the front of a semi truck.
Kondratyuk's vehicle spun 360 degrees before coming to a stop. Shahed Mahmood, 47, of Florida, was unable to stop his semi and hit Kondratyuk's car, the WSP says.
According to the WSP report, Mahmood didn't result injured, but Kondratyuk was taken to Sacred Heart Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead.
According to WSP officials, Kondratyuk was driving too fast for road conditions.
According to a GoFundMe post created to help the family with Kondratyuk 's funeral expenses, she was driving from Kennewick to Spokane for her wedding preparations. The post says Kondratyuk and her fiancé were set to get married on February 5, 2022.
As of Saturday, Jan. 1, the GoFundMe fundraising has raised over $19,000 to help Kondratyuk's family with funeral expenses.