24-year-old Moses Lake man passed away to jet ski crash
-Mae Valley, WA
A 24-year-old Moses Lake man has passed away Saturday morning due to a jet ski crash on the water body Moses Lake just south of the 90 freeway bridge closest to Mae Valley.
The Grant County Sheriff’s office said Tyler Homesley of M.L. was driving a jet ski on Moses Lake south of the 90 freeway bridge.
Homesley crashed into another jet ski, driven by 24-year-old Wyatt Oscarson, GCSO sheriff’s said. Another boat that was an eyewitness rushed Homesley to shore where first responders were standing by. He was then transported to Samaritan Healthcare in Moses Lake and died Saturday morning due to his injuries.
On the jet ski with Homesley was 23-year-old Brian Rosborough. He was taken to Samaritan with non-life threatening injuries. The driver of the other jet ski wasn't hurt. Grant County deputies don't suspect drugs or alcohol were involved. The crash is under investigation.