A series of crashes involving four vehicles Monday night on the northbound Interstate 5 bridge near Woodland resulted in the death of one man and serious injuries to two women.Ronnie Walker, 61, of Spokane was struck by a vehicle and died instantly.Investigators with the Washington State Patrol closed all three northbound lanes for more than five hours as they pieced together the circumstances of the pileup. The incident started at 9:25 p.m. as a single-vehicle wreck when Sarah Aguilar, 34, of Longview lost control of her Durango SUV, crashed into the inside barrier on the bridge and came to a stop in the left lane, according to Trooper Steve Schatzel, a spokesman.Laura Dunham, 34, of Woodland was in a light brown Ford Focus along with her son, Mitch. The pair stopped behind the Durango to help Aguilar.Several other vehicles, including one containing Walker and his brother, stopped in front of the crashed Durango. On foot, Walker came back to help, too.
The Manufacture Jaeger LeCoultre – reference of Swiss Haute Horlogerie – opened during the month of July, the first Boutique in Mexico, located at Av. Presidente 440 Masaryk, Polanco; a new location for luxury in Mexico.With a space of over 120m2, the new boutique will become a place of numerous encounters for collectors and lovers of High-end Watchmaking. In this exclusive location people will be able to experience and discover the great icons of the Manufacture: the “Reverso” watch or the “101” watch (with the smallest mechanical caliber in the world), the high complications, high jewelry pieces, the “Atmos” clocks, and the special editions, created exclusively for the Jaeger LeCoultre Boutiques.The brand’s collection will be presented in a perfect ambiance of Art Deco type symmetry, designed for each element of the Boutique, from the elevated displays and entrances to the most minimal detail. The dark and ocher shades of the wood are associated with materials resembling the skin, hickory, steel and panels brought from India, which transmit the calm and serenity of the Vallée de Joux, an inexhaustible source of inspiration for the “artisans of the time.”In the new Boutique one will be able to discover the authentic universe of the “Grande Maison”, a constant search for innovation and quality, an impeccable customer service, and the most extensive watch collection.With the opening of this new location – the largest in Latin America -, Jaeger LeCoultre will now have 40 Boutiques worldwide. Along with the recent inaugurations in Macau and Hong Kong, this Jaeger LeCoultre Boutique in Mexico will be the newest reference within the world of High-end Watchmaking.www.jaeger-lecoultre.com