40 Year Old Everett Man Dies After Being Struck By 3 Vehicles on I-5 Near Everett Mall

April 15, 2012

Police Blotter

WSDOT camera shot of fatal car-pedestrian accident Saturday night on I-5 just south of Hwy 526

The Washington State Patrol has identified the man killed while trying to cross southbound I-5 near the Everett Mall last night as 40-year-old Shane Archey of Everett. In a press memo the WSP says Archey was hit by three different vehicles, a 2010 Honda Civic, a 2001 Audi A6 and a 2005 Ford F150. The accident occurred around 10:00pm in lane 2 of southbound I-5 by the Everett Mall. Troopers say they do not expect to file any charges against the drivers of the vehicles. No word on why Archey was on the freeway. Two lanes of southbound I-5 were closed for about 3 hours while troopers investigated.

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3 Responses to “40 Year Old Everett Man Dies After Being Struck By 3 Vehicles on I-5 Near Everett Mall”

  1. Karen,Megan,andJacque Says:

    Shane you are a really great guy.We will you very much.No one deserves what happend to you because of Kelly ,Ken and Brandy.No caring loving parent deserves to be seperated from their children.We are truly sorry for all of the pain and suffering that they caused you.rest in peace with love from Karen,Megan and Jacque

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Shane Allen Archey was my brother. First I will apologize to the families that had to see this horrible accident. I know this nightmare will forever be imbedded in your mind. And alwayss know this was not your fault. It was the fault of the people who left him at the park and ride that night. Shane was an amazing artist! He had the best heart and sense of humor. He had a very hard life and now is so lucky to be resting with the angels……. I will miss him forever!!!!

    • Td Says:

      My wife and I were at the scene; It was a terrible tragedy that let us both saddened and regardless of any issues Shane may have had in life, is not to judge but only we wish to give condolences to family. We helped secure the scene, and prayed; We are saddened by this loss