Two People Hurt In Stanwood Collision

Stanwood, WA (April 18, 2022)- Two people were hurt Tuesday morning following a collision on Highway 532 east of Stanwood.

The crash, which occurred around 9 a.m., involved two vehicles, a 1998 Honda Civic and a 2018 Kia Soul.

The Civic driver, a 32-year-old Mount Vernon woman, spun into oncoming traffic after crossing the centerline and hitting the guardrail as she drove westbound on the highway.

The driver then struck the Soul driven by a 73-year-old Camano Island woman who headed eastbound.

The two drivers were rushed to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. 

None of the vehicles was carrying a passenger at the crash.

The crash blocked both highway directions near Milepost 7, close to Lenz Enterprises.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Jacob Kenneth said that the affected lanes were later reopened.

The cause of the crash is still being investigated.

News Source: Stanwood Camano News

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