Port Ludlow woman hurt in two-car wreck
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Linda L. Dilsaver was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center after the two-car crash at about 1:43 p.m., according to the State Patrol.
No one else was injured, the State Patrol said.
Traffic was intermittently blocked in both directions at state Highway 104 and Paradise Bay Road for about one hour, according to the state Department of Transportation.
The State Patrol said Dilsaver, driving a 1994 Mazda southbound on Paradise Bay Road, failed to yield to a 2005 Volkswagon Jetta driven by Richard L. Rogers, 67, of Sequim, when attempting to turn onto state Highway 104.
Rogers' car struck Dilsaver's, and Dilsaver was pinned in her vehicle and had to be extricated, according to East Jefferson Fire Rescue, who provided help along with the Port Ludlow Fire Department.
Rogers was not hurt, the State Patrol said, adding that Dilsaver will be cited for failure to yield.
Both drivers were traveling alone and were wearing seat belts.
Both cars were towed away from the wreck.
Last modified: April 30. 2014 7:16AM