Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Tonkoff, Holst & Hopp, for appellants.
Palmer, Willis & McArdle, for respondent.
The Supreme Court of Washington, En Banc.
Early in the evening of November 10, 1960, two automobiles collided in an uncontrolled, open, right-angle intersection in Yakima. The streets were damp, but it was not raining. It was dark; both cars had their headlights on; the speed limit for each vehicle was 25 miles per hour.
Shirley Mondor, plaintiff, was driving his car west on West Prasch Avenue; his wife was a passenger, seated on the right front...
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