Three injured in Kingston crash, charges pending

KINGSTON — Three people were injured in a two-car accident at 5:15 a.m. July 3.

A woman, 19, of Kingston, another woman, 44, of Kingston, and a 4-year-old passenger in Harrell’s car were all transported to hospitals following a collision one mile west of Kingston on State Route 104.

The 19-year-old, Driver 1, was traveling eastbound on SR-104, and the 44-year-old, Driver 2, and her passenger were traveling westbound on SR-104 when Driver 1’s car crossed the center line and struck Driver 2’s car head on.

Everyone was wearing seat belts and were properly restrained, according to a report from the Washington State Patrol. Driver 1 and the 4-year-old were taken to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton; Driver 2 was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.

“The driver of unit 2 is still in critical condition at Harborview last check,” said Trooper Russel Winger, Washington State Patrol public information officer July 5. “The juvenile in her car had very serious injuries that were not considered life threatening.”

Both cars were totaled and impounded — Day drove a silver 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander, and Harrell drove a white 2005 Toyota Camry.

Winger said “The causing driver (Driver 1) was DUI impaired and arrested for vehicular assault, possibly two counts.”

He said she was booked into Kitsap County Jail July 3 afterbeing checked for injuries.

WSP is seeking any witnesses to the crash; Winger said that, to his knowledge, no one witnesses have contacted WSP detectives yet.

If you saw the accident or have further information to share regarding the collision, contact Detective Hedstrom with the Washington State Patrol at 360-473-0142.

Check back for updated information on KitsapDailyNews.com.

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