Port Angeles woman injured in wreck near Discovery Bay

DISCOVERY BAY — A 74-year-old Port Angeles woman was injured Saturday when the Honda Civic she was riding in was struck by a Toyota Avalon on U.S. Highway 101 south of Discovery Bay, the State Patrol said.

Susan C. Kirk was taken to Jefferson Healthcare with unknown injuries after the 11:25 a.m. wreck near the Highway 101-state Highway 104 interchange, troopers said in a State Patrol collision memo.

The two drivers and another passenger were not injured, according to the report.

Mary E. McIntyre, 77, of Tucson, Ariz., was driving northbound in the Avalon when she attempted to turn left from the highway and collided with the southbound Civic driven by Carter K. Kirk, 64, of Port Angeles.

McIntyre was cited for failure to yield right of way, the collision memo said.

Susan Kirk, Carter Kirk, McIntyre and McIntyre’s passenger — Keith E. McIntyre, 85, of Tucson, Ariz., — were each wearing seat belts.

Drugs or alcohol were suspected as factors in the wreck, troopers said.

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