UPDATED: State Route 104 crash injures three

Three people were injured in a two-car collision on State Route 104 about 21 miles south of Port Townsend.

The Washington State Patrol reported a 2006 Toyota Camry driven by Anthony M. Goebel, 25, of Kent, was traveling eastbound on route 104 approaching Center Road and crossed the center line. The patrol reported Louis Parziale, 77, of Sequim, driving a 2009 Dodge pickup, took evasive action, and that the vehicles collided in the eastbound lane.

Both Goebel and Christina Gee, 27, of Port Angeles, a passenger in Parziale’s vehicle, were injured airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

Parziale was injured and transported to Tacoma General Hospital.

Parziale’s truck came to rest on its top blocking the eastbound lane while Goebel’s car came to rest in the westbound lane; the roadway was blocked for four hours and 41 minutes, the state patrol reported.

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