Nordland woman dies of injuries from Nov. 14 wreck

SHINE — A passenger in a two-car collision on Nov. 14 has died of her injuries, the State Patrol reported.

Judith D. Jurden, 82, of Nordland died at Tacoma General Hospital, the State Patrol said on Tuesday.

She originally had been taken to St. Michael Medical Center in Silverdale, according to the State Patrol.

The driver of the car she was traveling in, Wilbur Jurden, 83, also of Nordland, was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he was listed in serious condition in intensive care the day after the wreck. His condition on Tuesday was reported by Harborview personnel to be satisfactory.

Jurden’s 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 pickup truck was southbound on Paradise Bay Road, which intersects with state Highway 104, at about 2 p.m. Nov. 14 when he attempted to turn left onto Highway 104 from Paradise Bay Road and struck a 2014 GMC pickup truck driven by Alan K. Chan, 58, of Sequim, which was westbound on state Highway 104, the State Patrol memo said.

Chan was treated and discharged from Jefferson Healthcare in Port Townsend.

The cause of the wreck was listed as failure to yield.

All three people were wearing seatbelts.

Drugs or alcohol were not involved, according to the memo.

Both vehicles were listed as destroyed.

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