Sequim woman airlifted after rollover in Gardiner

GARDINER — A Sequim woman was listed in satisfactory condition Tuesday afternoon at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle following a one-vehicle rollover Monday evening in Gardiner, according to the State Patrol.

It is unknown whether drugs or alcohol were involved and the crash’s cause remained under investigation, the State Patrol said in a memo.

A 1999 Mitsubishi Montero utility vehicle driven by Jonathan Flores-Cisneros, 26, of Sequim was northbound on U.S. Highway 101 near Diamond Point Road at about 6:30 p.m. Monday when it left the roadway to the right, rolled and came to rest 50 feet off the roadway, troopers said in the memo.

Passenger Dianna M. Perez Elias, 24, of Sequim was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center as a precautionary measure.

Flores-Cisneros was treated and discharged from Olympic Medical Center in Port Angeles.

Both were wearing their seatbelts, the memo said.

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