The Tacoma woman who died in a one-car accident on Interstate 5 in Federal Way on April 15, 2017, was Chyna Thomas, the sister of NBA star Isaiah Thomas.
The Tacoma woman who died in a one-car accident on Interstate 5 in Federal Way on April 15, 2017, was Chyna Thomas, the sister of NBA star Isaiah Thomas. Photo courtesy: Thomas family
The Tacoma woman who died in a one-car accident on Interstate 5 in Federal Way on April 15, 2017, was Chyna Thomas, the sister of NBA star Isaiah Thomas. Photo courtesy: Thomas family

NBA star Isaiah Thomas’ sister killed in Federal Way accident on I-5

April 15, 2017 03:30 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2017 03:38 PM

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