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2 people sent to hospitals after cars flip on local roads

April 9, 2014

A Raymond woman was sent to the hospital after she went off the road, flipping her car in the air.

According to the Washington State Patrol, the 45 year old woman was driving north on SR 105, 3 miles outside of Raymond, when she left the road. As the woman became distracted, she struck a driveway sending her 1999 Subraru Legacy airborne.

The car rotated in the air and rolled before ending up on the passenger side in the ditch.

The 45 year old was injured and transported to Willapa Harbor Hospital. She was wearing a seatbelt and was under the influence at the time of the accident.

A 27 year old Centralia man was injured in an accident outside of Oakville as a passenger when a 23 year old Elma woman driving a 2002 Acura RSX swerved to miss a deer and rolled her car.

According to Washington State Patrol, the Elma woman swerved on Highway 12 to miss the deer, lost control, and left the road, rolled twice, before coming to rest on its roof.

The Centralia man was sent to Summit Pacific Medical Center for his injuries.

The Highway was partially blocked for one hour.

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