Quinault tribal member Jimmy Smith-Kramer, 20, was taken off life support at Tacoma General at about 10 p.m. Sunday night, according to Steve Robinson, a spokesman for the tribe. An arrest was made and a suspect is due in court Wednesday afternoon in the hit-and-run that targeted Kramer and a friend at a Grays Harbor campground on Saturday.
Quinault tribal member Jimmy Smith-Kramer, 20, was taken off life support at Tacoma General at about 10 p.m. Sunday night, according to Steve Robinson, a spokesman for the tribe. An arrest was made and a suspect is due in court Wednesday afternoon in the hit-and-run that targeted Kramer and a friend at a Grays Harbor campground on Saturday. Courtesy photo Quinault Indian Nation
Quinault tribal member Jimmy Smith-Kramer, 20, was taken off life support at Tacoma General at about 10 p.m. Sunday night, according to Steve Robinson, a spokesman for the tribe. An arrest was made and a suspect is due in court Wednesday afternoon in the hit-and-run that targeted Kramer and a friend at a Grays Harbor campground on Saturday. Courtesy photo Quinault Indian Nation

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