Woman charged with DUI after rolling vehicle in Brinnon

BRINNON — A 23-year-old woman has been charged with driving under the influence and driving too fast for conditions after she rolled her vehicle near Brinnon.

Savannah Drew of Brinnon was taken to Jefferson Healthcare hospital after she rolled her Acura Integra while driving southbound on U.S. Highway 101 near milepost 311 Tuesday night.

She was treated and discharged from the hospital, Amy Yaley, director of marketing and communications, said Wednesday.

The car was completely destroyed after it left the roadway to the right and then roll, landing in a ditch. Drew was wearing her seat belt, according to the State Patrol, who cited her for DUI and driving too fast for conditions.

No other cars or people were involved.

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