Woman sustains injuries in wreck

A Port Angeles woman overturned and totaled her car in Sequim at about 10 a.m. this morning and was quickly helped by first responders before she was transported to Olympic Medical Center.

Washington State Patrol said Cherie Estes, a 67-year-old Port Angeles resident, was exiting to River Road eastbound from US Highway 101 when her 1994 Jeep Wrangler left the roadway to the left, over-corrected to the right and overturned; her vehicle came to rest on its roof.

Estes was injured and assessed at the crash site by first responders, who transported her to Olympic Medical Center shortly after the incident.

There were no other drivers or vehicles involved in the wreck, nor were alcohol or drugs were reported. Estes was reportedly wearing a seat-belt.

Her car was totaled and impounded by Evergreen Towing in Sequim.

Washington State Patrol said charges are pending.

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