Tukwila police have identified the woman who was killed in head-on crash Monday night.
Police said a driver crossed over into oncoming traffic in 12000 block of Tukwila Internationl Boulevard and struck Amairani Uribe-Beltran's vehicle head-on. She died at the scene and her infant son, who was also in the vehicle, was critically injured.
Investigator said he is responding well to treatment.
The driver and passenger in the other vehicle were seriously injured in the crash. They were taken to the hospital.
On Thursday, Tukwila police said Uribe-Beltran was part of their department. She served as the chief of police of their police explorer program.
The police department released a statement, saying:
Video from the suspect's car, 17-year-old Sukhman Rai, shows the moments before police say a street race in Tukwila caused the fatal crash. Rai was racing another car while his brother live-streamed before hitting a woman and her infant inside another car, head-on. In the video, you can hear the impact. Rai was arrested and charged with vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.
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