Two treated and released after wrong-way collision in Sequim

A wrong-way driver caused a wreck that injured three on U.S. Highway 101 in Sequim on Nov. 8, the State Patrol said.

Jeremiah S. Cannon, 38, of Sequim was traveling westbound in the eastbound lane and shoulder when the 2009 Saturn Aura he was driving collided with a 2006 Chrysler Town & Country driven by Bunny L. Herron, 26, of Port Hadlock, near River Road, troopers said in a collision memo.

Cannon and Herron were treated and released from Olympic Medical Center following the 1:27 p.m. collision, hospital spokeswoman Bobby Beeman said.

A 2-year-old boy who was riding in the vehicle Herron was driving also was taken to OMC as a precaution, troopers said. The boy, who was not named by authorities because he is a juvenile, was in a proper car seat, troopers said.

Cannon was cited for second-degree negligent driving, the State Patrol said.

Neither drugs nor alcohol were involved.

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