Possible asthma attack to blame for Richland building crash
RICHLAND, Wash. - After driving his SUV into a building Tuesday night, 60 year-old Robert Scott remains on life support at Kadlec.
Actions News has learned from Scott's daughter his family believes he suffered from an asthma attack which caused him to black out.
The asthma attack then lead him to crash into the Richland office building.
Although Scott has family all over the state, he spent much of his time working in Hanford as a member of the Union Iron Workers out of local 14.
Scott's family has established a go fund me page and hopes people will pray for their family and consider sharing the page information.
The go fund me page can be found here.