Two Killed in Accident West of Port Angeles

Location: State Highway 112, west of Port Angeles

Mary Wyman and her grandson Theodin Nelson, both Port Angeles residents, died in a car crash west of Port Angeles on Sunday afternoon.

Wyman and Nelson were both pronounced dead at the scene.

According to Washington State Patrol, Wyman was driving eastbound on State Highway 112 near Power Plant Road in a Subaru Legacy when it veered off the road to the right. The Subaru then came back onto the road, crossing into the westbound lane rotating around.

Wyman's driver's side was then hit by a Toyota Camry driven by Joshua and Emily Dickens of Vancouver Wash.

Victims Hospitalized for Serious Injuries

Both occupants of the Camry were taken to Olympic Medical Center with serious injuries. Emily Dickens' condition was changed to critical and she was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center for surgery.

Our deepest sympathies go out to the families of Mary Wyman and her grandson Theodin. Joshua and Emily are also in our prayers for a rapid recovery.

National Car Accident Statistics state that a person dies in a car accident every 12 minutes and each year, car crashes kill 40,000 people. Claims dealing with the death of a loved one can be a sensitive and difficult topic and should be handled by a lawyer with experience in death or serious injury cases.

Chris Davis
Top-rated, award-winning, attorney practicing wrongful death & serious injury law in Seattle.
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