Morse Creek collision injures 1

A Port Angeles woman was hurt after a two-vehicle collision at the Morse Creek curve

A Port Angeles woman was injured and transported to Olympic Medical Center after a two-vehicle collision at the Morse Creek curve on U.S. Highway 101 on Sept. 11.

According to a Washington State Patrol report, Taylor Galland, 23, of Port Angeles was turning from Cottonwood Road onto U.S. Highway 101 (westbound) at about 8:40 a.m. when her vehicle struck the rear passenger side of a vehicle traveling eastbound.

Galland was hurt and transported to OMC for her injuries.

The driver of the struck vehicle, 31-year-old Timothy Jagger of Sequim, was uninjured.

According to the State Patrol, Galland was to be charged with failure to yield.

The roadway was blocked for about 30 minutes.

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