Multiple first responders on the scene of an accident along Clear Creek Road (photo courtesy of KCSO).

Multiple first responders on the scene of an accident along Clear Creek Road (photo courtesy of KCSO).

Three-car collision bocks Clear Creek Road

Both lanes of Clear Creek Road in Silverdale were shut down Thursday morning following a head-on collision.

Around 8:40 a.m. a Honda Odyssey headed northbound on Clear Creek Road was stopped, waiting to turn into a driveway when it was struck from behind by a Ford F-250. The impact pushed the struck vehicle into the southbound lane where it was then struck head-on by a Ford Explorer.

The female driver of the Honda was transported by Central Kitsap Fire & Rescue to a nearby medical facility for treatment. There were two dogs in her vehicle that were uninjured and are in the care of a friend now.

The male driver of the F-250 was uninjured.

The female driver of the explorer had two young children in her care, all were evaluated for injuries at the scene by CKFR aid personnel.

According to a Facebook post by Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office, due to proper car seats and restraints, the children didn’t sustain any serious injuries nor did the driver.

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