Speed blamed for Old Olympic Highway crash

A 58-year-old Port Angeles woman was treated and discharged from Olympic Medical Center after a two-vehicle collision on Old Olympic Highway between Port Angeles and Agnew on Oct. 30.

Lisa K. Aubrey, 58, was treated and discharged from OMC in Port Angeles after the wreck at a little after 11 a.m.

The driver of the other vehicle, Ethan A. Lyon, 46, of Sequim was not injured, said the State Patrol, which cited him for driving too fast.

The State Patrol provided this report:

Aubrey was driving a Kia south on Old Olympic Highway and had stopped her vehicle at a stop sign at U.S. Highway 101, preparing to make a right turn.

Lyon, coming up from behind, failed to stop his Toyota pickup in time and struck Aubrey’s car.

Aubrey’s car was towed from the scene, while Lyon’s could be driven away.

Both drivers were wearing seat belts, according to the State Patrol, which determined that drugs or alcohol were not involved.

More in News

Port Angeles man airlifted after rollover on Hwy 101 near Sequim

A 69-year-old Port Angeles man was injured in a single-vehicle roll-over on… Continue reading

Inslee: Open for business by end of June

COVID-19 restrictions on businesses are likely to be lifted on June 30,… Continue reading

Teens can get COVID vaccine Thursday

Children 12 to 15 years old will begin getting vaccinations Thursday using… Continue reading

COVID shot clinics for 12- to 15-year-olds ready as soon as approval given

Health officials across the North Olympic Peninsula are scheduling Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination… Continue reading

Port of Port Angeles picks new executive director

Port of Port Angeles commissioners selected former NATO officer Geoff James as… Continue reading

Irrigation Festival turns 126

And the fest goes on … Sequim celebrated its civic pride this… Continue reading

Police Blotter — May 12, 2021

The weekly police blotter includes incidents that occurred in the City of… Continue reading

OMC lauds three respiratory therapy staff members

The Olympic Medical Center Board of Commissioners recognized three respiratory therapists at… Continue reading

Captain Derrell Sharp with Clallam County Fire District 3. Submitted photo
Fire District 3 works with excess 9-1-1 caller

Emergency call load up from 202o so far

Most Read