UPDATED — Port Angeles man listed in serious but improving condition in Seattle hospital after motorcycle accident near Sequim
Jennifer Deaton (click on photo to enlarge)
Sanders is attended at the accident scene in this photo by a passer-by Jennifer Deaton
Joshua Dalrymple (Click on photos to enlarge)
Photos taken at the accident scene by a passing motorist, Joshua Dalrymple.
By Peninsula Daily News staff
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Davey J. Sanders Jr., 43, was eastbound on Highway 101 near Woods Road (MIlepost 271) at about 4 p.m. when he hit the brakes on his gray 1995 Honda VF750 motorcycle after failing to note a pickup truck that was slowing and pulling into the left turn lane, the State Patrol said.
Sanders "went left around the pickup and laid down the motorcycle, sliding across the westbound lanes" before stopping on the highway's westbound shoulder, the Patrol's accident report said.
A Harborview spokeswoman listed him in “serious and improving” condition in the hospital’s intensive care unit on Tuesday.
Last modified: July 22. 2014 12:11PM