Moses Lake teen falls from car window

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MOSES LAKE — A juvenile driver who attempted Friday night to sit on the driver’s side door through an open window fell out of the car when he lost his balance and was knocked unconscious by the fall, according to police reports.

The driver, a 17-year-old Moses Lake boy, was transported to Samaritan Hospital around 10:30 p.m. Friday from the 100 block of North Hamilton Road after the incident.

According to police, the juvenile was driving his vehicle with four other juvenile passengers when he got the vehicle up to 20 mph, rolled the window down, and attempted to sit out the window while the car was in motion. He reportedly lost his balance when he fell out of the vehicle, hitting his head on the pavement and knocking himself unconscious.

Police indicated that it was not immediately apparent any crime had occurred.

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