Man injured in crash with tractor trailer on US-101 near Hoodsport
Posted on Monday, October 25th, 2021 at 6:50 pm
MASON COUNTY, WA — A 61-year-old man was hurt Sunday morning in a two-vehicle accident involving a semi-truck on U.S. Highway 101 near Hoodsport, reports MasonWebTV.
Washington State Patrol said the collision took place near milepost 332 at approximately 11:30 a.m.
The man was behind the wheel of a car heading southbound on US-101 when his vehicle drifted past the center line and into the northbound lanes, where it struck an oncoming semi-truck.
The driver of the passenger car suffered undisclosed injuries and was transported by ambulance to St. Peters Hospital in Olympia.
Authorities said the semi’s 42-year-old driver was not injured in the accident.
A section of the highway was shut down for three and a half hours during the response.
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