Duvall man hurt in wreck at 101, 104 intersection

PORT TOWNSEND — A Duvall man was treated and discharged from St. Michael Medical Center in Silverdale after his vehicle overturned at the intersection of state Highways 101 and 104 south of Discovery Bay.

Mark D. Bender, 46, was speeding westbound at state Highway 104 shortly before 11 p.m. Friday when he exited to the southbound lane of 101, left the roadway to the right and overturned, the State Patrol said in a press release.

The crash was reported at 11:50 p.m.

Bender was driving a 2003 Ford Econoline van that had reportable damage.

Sarah A. Bender, 47, a passenger, was not injured.

The driver and passenger were wearing seat belts.

Drugs or alcohol were not involved, the State Patrol said.

Charges are pending.

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