Sequim man dies in vehicle crash on Lost Mountain Road

A 69-year-old man died after he suffered a”medical event” and crashed his vehicle a little before noon on Wednesday, Nov. 28, on Lost Mountain Road, the Clallam County Sheriff’s Office reports.

Roger L. Runion of Sequim was driving a 2014 Ford Explorer with his wife southbound near the 2000 block of Lost Mountain Road when the vehicle veered westbound off the roadway and collided with a tree. Airbags in the vehicle deployed and there were no serious injuries from the collision itself.

Runion received CPR until medic units arrived, sheriff’s office officials said, and he was transported to Olympic Medical Center, where he later died.

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