Law enforcement officials say a vehicle crashed into the Washington State Patrol building off Old Olympic Highway, pushing the exterior wall in about 12 inches. No one was injured in the incident. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol

Law enforcement officials say a vehicle crashed into the Washington State Patrol building off Old Olympic Highway, pushing the exterior wall in about 12 inches. No one was injured in the incident. Photo courtesy of Washington State Patrol

Clallam County deputies: Sequim man hit state patrol office building, fled scene

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