A Kennewick man driving a semi-truck was injured in a crash early Tuesday morning.
According to Washington State Patrol, around 1:20 a.m. 54-year-old Scott Norris of Pendleton, Oregon was driving too fast for conditions eastbound on I-82, about four miles south of Kennewick, when he struck a semi-truck driven by 50-year-old Pedro Guarin-Martinez of Kennewick.
Both men were wearing seatbelts, and Norris was not injured. However, Guarin-Martinez was injured and was taken to Trios Health.
Norris was cited for speeding too fast for conditions and inattention.
Drugs or alcohol are not believed to have played a factor in the crash.
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