Weekend accidents send 4 to the hospital
2 accidents this weekend sent 4 people to the hospital.
A three vehicle accident 9 miles north of Hoquiam on highway 101 sent three people to the hospital on Friday afternoon.
An 18 year old Aberdeen teen traveling north in a 1987 Toyota pick up, on State Route 101, crossed the center line and struck a 2009 Kenworth with a loaded log trailer, head on.
A 2002 Dodge Dakota pick up being driven by a 19 year old Montesano teen that was following, struck the Toyota, forcing it off the road.
The 38 year old Hoquiam man driving the log truck and the two teens were taken to Grays Harbor Community Hospital and the driver of the Toyota was air lifted to Harbor View Medical Center.
The Washington State Patrol says drugs and alcohol were not involved, the cause is under investigation.
The road was blocked for 5 and half hours.
Saturday morning, a DUI was the cause of an accident that sent a 41 year old man and his 2004 Chevrolet Malibu into a tree.
Early Saturday morning, around ½ mile north of Ocean Shores, the car left the road, striking the tree and totaling the car.
The driver was transported to Grays Harbor Community Hospital.
The Washington State Patrol says the cause of the accident was Driving Under the Influence.