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Goheen twin involved in Oct. 31 crash dies at Harborview
The second of twin girls involved in a Oct. 31 collision in Skagit County has died.
The Washington State Patrol reported that Janesah Goheen, 17, of Oak Harbor passed away at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Monday.
Her twin sister, Janeah Goheen, was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.
Their friend, Alysha Pickler, 18, of Oak Harbor, was injured in the accident and suffered a concussion, according to a State Patrol report.
Ira Blackstock, 52, of Oak Harbor was arrested on a $250,000 warrant last week on suspicion of vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.'
According to a report by a detective with the State Patrol, Blackstock was driving his 2006 Ford Mustang south on State Highway 20 from "Sharpes Corner" in Skagit County and "accelerated rapidly" as he approached the intersection with Gibraltar Road.
The car, which had near-bald rear tires, broke traction on the wet asphalt, began to fishtail side-to-side and crossed into the oncoming lane, the report states.
The Mustang struck an oncoming 1993 Acura driven by Janesah Goheen just after 5 p.m.
Janeah Goheen was in the rear passenger seat and died at the scene.
Pickler was in the front passenger seat.