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Sequim woman hurt in Hwy 104 wreck

A Sequim woman was hurt in a two-car collision at about 5:30 p.m. May 8 at the intersection of State Route 19 and State Route 104.

According to a Washington State Patrol report, Richard Cardoza, 74, of Sequim, was driving with passenger Janice Cardoza, 75, also of Sequim, in a Nissan SUV westbound on State Route 104 when a Toyota pickup driven by Henry Lovecamp, 16, of Chimacum, pulled onto State Route 104. The vehicles collided, totaling both vehicles. Janice Cardoza was injured and transported to Olympic Medical Center. Richard Cardoza and Lovecamp were not injured.

The state patrol will charge Lovecamp with failure to yield, the report noted.

 

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