Family airlfited after crash near Quilcene

SEATTLE – A Yakima family of three was airlifted to a Seattle hospital Saturday morning after their SUV ran off Coyle Road outside of Quilcene and rolled over.

Timothy B. Gilbert, 36, Trista Gilbert, 35, and Taylor Gilbert, 12, were all listed in satisfactory condition Saturday evening at Harborview Medical Center, a nursing supervisor said.

Timothy Gilbert suffered injuries to his head, neck and back.

Trista Gilbert’s head was injured and Taylor, the child, had hip and ankle injuries, the statement said.

The 1998 Ford Expedition driven by Timothy Gilbert was traveling northbound at 9:13 a.m. on Coyle Road, about nine miles northeast of Quilcene when it left the roadway, rolled, struck a tree and came to rest on its wheels, said a State Patrol statement.

The statement reported that the road was icy and that the crash is under investigation.

All three inside were wearing seat belts, the statement said.

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