PASCO, Wash. -- Washington State Patrol is searching for the driver who they say caused a chain reaction of crashes that killed a woman and injured four other people on I-182 Saturday night.
The crash happened at 8:30 p.m., on I-182, between Road 68 and Road 100.
Troopers say 44-year-old Kimberly Youngblood, of Benton City, died at the scene.
According to a crash report, the driver of a blue Chrysler Sebring struck the Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by Youngblood.
That impact sent Youngblood's Jeep across the median and into oncoming traffic on I-182.
Youngblood's Jeep then struck five other vehicles in the violent crash.
Medics rushed four other people to hospitals for treatment.
We do not know their conditions at this time.
We also do not have a description of the driver who Troopers say caused the crash.
The Chrysler Sebring was totaled in the crash and towed from the scene.
Two children were involved in the collision but were not hurt.
The people injured from the incident are 48-year-old Michelle Scheuerman of Pasco, 33-year-old Omar Lopez of Pasco, 31-year-old Nallely Loopez of Pasco, and 25-year-old Rosa Valenzuela of Pasco.