Man airlifted after River Road rollover wreck

SEQUIM — A 21-year-old Port Angeles resident was in critical condition as of Tuesday morning following a rollover wreck in Sequim last Friday.

Aminjan Mindubaev was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle; no further information was available as of Tuesday afternoon.

Chief Criminal Deputy Brian King said that the man was traveling southbound on River Road at 4 p.m. Friday when his 1988 Chevy S10 pickup rolled while navigating a slight left turn on the 2500 block of the road.

His truck crossed the northbound lane and went into the ditch and was ejected about 25 feet through the windshield, King reported.

He wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and the truck rolled at least one time, King said.

No other vehicles were involved in the collision.

The man was airlifted from the Jamestown Family Health Clinic helipad and remains in critical condition as of Monday afternoon.

Investigators continue to look into the cause of the wreck, King said.

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