Tacoma woman in satisfactory condition after Highway 112 crash

CLALLAM BAY — A Tacoma woman airlifted Sunday to Harborview Medical Center after a one-car wreck on state Highway 112 was in satisfactory condition Monday, a hospital spokeswoman said.

According to a State Patrol report, Alicia M. Park, 19, was injured when her 2006 Acura left the roadway at milepost 22 and struck a tree.

Park was traveling eastbound on Highway 112 at about 11:20 a.m. when her car left the highway onto the eastbound shoulder.

It then rotated across both the westbound and eastbound lanes to the right, according to the report.

The vehicle left the westbound shoulder and struck a tree, coming to rest facing eastbound in the westbound ditch.

Park was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash, and her car was totaled.

She was airlifted to Harborview with unspecified injuries.

State Patrol said the cause of the wreck was speed too fast for conditions-wheels off roadway and that charges are pending.

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