Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue

Port Ludlow Fire & Rescue

No serious injuries in Port Ludlow rollover wreck

PORT LUDLOW — A 60-year-old woman was extricated from the van she was driving when it rolled over on Paradise Bay Road at Timberton Drive in Port Ludlow and blocked southbound traffic for about two hours on Tuesday, Port Ludlow firefighters said.

The woman, who was not identified, did not sustain serious injuries but was transported to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton following the 1 p.m. wreck, said Port Ludlow Fire Chief Brad Martin.

She told him she may have had an allergic reaction to a cookie, causing her to lose control of the vehicle.

The van hit an embankment on Paradise Bay Road before it flipped and landed on the driver’s side.

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