Two hurt in US Highway 101 crash near Sequim

A three-car collision on US Highway 101 near Boyce Road injured two drivers on Thursday evening.

The Washington State Patrol reports 45-year-old Shane A. Hagar of Sequim, and 25-year-old Craylee L. McBride of Port Angeles were both transported to Olympic Medical Center after the incident reported at 6:56 p.m., about two miles west of Sequim.

A third driver, Edward M. Bittner, 60, of Port Angeles, was uninjured in the crash.

The State Patrol reports that Hagar, in a Honda Civic, was traveling southbound on Boyce Road and failed to yield right of way as his vehicle entered the Boyce Road/US Highway 101 intersection, striking McBride’s Ford Focus car, which then struck Bittner’s 1998 Ford Mustang.

Hagar will be charged with Negligent Driving Second Degree, the State Patrol said.

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