Minivan runs off U.S. 101, returns to block road
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The State Patrol said Carl J. Nelson was eastbound on Highway 101 just east of the Elwha River bridge about 7 miles west of Port Angeles when the 1996 Ford Windstar minivan he was driving left the road to the right, struck a signpost and embankment and then landed back on the highway.
The State Patrol said Nelson would be cited for traveling at a speed too fast for conditions. He was wearing a seat restraint, and drugs or alcohol are not involved, troopers reported.
Last modified: December 19. 2013 7:17PM