Sequim man reported OK after car lands in a ditch

State Patrol said he suffered medical emergency

PORT TOWNSEND — A Sequim man was treated and discharged from Jefferson Healthcare hospital in Port Townsend after his vehicle left the roadway on state Highway 104 and landed in a ditch.

Rodrigo Y. Aparicio, 36, was traveling westbound on Highway 104 at about 7:30 a.m. Thursday when he reportedly had a medical emergency which caused him to drive his car into a ditch near milepost 7, a State Patrol memo said.

Aparicio was described as stable Thursday morning and was to be discharged by noon, a hospital spokesperson said.

The 2008 Mazda Hatchback that Aparicio was driving was damaged and was towed by a private company, troopers said.

The State Patrol said Aparicio was wearing his seat belt when the wreck occurred.

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