72-year-old Poulsbo woman killed in collision

72-year-old Poulsbo woman killed in collision

WSP: Charges are pending for truck driver who failed to yield

A 72-year-old Poulsbo woman died last week after being involved in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 308 near Naval Base Kitsap.

According to a Washington State Patrol memo, Susan L. Willis of Poulsbo was killed at the scene after a truck driven by a 30-year-old Tacoma resident collided with the car while trying to cross Highway 308 onto Highway 3 going south.

The two occupants of the truck were not injured, and charges are pending for the driver of the truck, per the WSP memo.

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