One woman was hurt in a Monday afternoon crash that tied up traffic on Highway 240 for about two hours.
Kyara Zepeda, 20, of Kennewick, was driving a Chrysler 200 west on the highway at 4:15 p.m. when traffic in front of her slowed.
The Washington State Patrol says she was too close to a Toyota Scion driven by Lindsey G. Herberholz, 31, Puyallup, and hit the back of it. The collision then pushed the Scion into a Ford 150 pickup.
Herberholz was taken to Kadlec Regional Medical Center in Richland. Her condition wasn’t available.
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Zepeda, and the driver of the truck, Darrell J. Lang, 63, of Prosser, were not hurt.
The state patrol cited Zepeda with negligent driving.