Camano Island woman hurt in rollover wreck near Gardiner

GARDINER — A Camano Island woman was injured and brought to Jefferson Healthcare on Sunday after her car rolled over on U.S. Highway 101 near Gardiner.

According to the State Patrol, Deborah L. Lewis, 60, was driving south on Highway 101 near View Ridge Drive at about 10:28 a.m. when she fell asleep at the wheel.

Her 1995 Honda Civic left the roadway to the right and rolled, coming to a rest on its top in the southbound ditch.

She was wearing a seat belt, and drugs or alcohol were not involved in the crash.

The State Patrol said that Lewis was to be cited for second degree negligent driving.

The vehicle suffered reportable damage and was impounded to All City Towing.

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