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Wreck at 101 and Kitchen-Dick Road Wednesday morning



No one was injured but one driver is facing charges following a Wednesday morning collision at U.S. Highway 101 and Kitchen-Dick Road that briefly shut down the center turn lane.

According to the Washington State Patrol, a Toyota Camry driven by Linda M. Schulz, 58, Sequim pulled out from the intersection and struck the driver's side of a Honda Insight driven by Nancy L. Bolan, 74, Sequim.

No one was injured, including a passenger in the Honda, Amy J. Bolan, 45, Lakewood. Both cars were towed.

Schulz was cited for failure to yield. The case also was referred to the county prosecutor for charges against Schulz of driving without an ignition interlock device and third-degree driving while license suspended.
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