Two teenagers were injured over the weekend after a passenger apparently grabbed the steering wheel and sent their car into a tree off of State Route 12 just East of Montesano.
The Washington State Patrol reports four teens were transported from the scene total, two as a precaution, just before 10:30 Saturday morning. Three of the teens were transported to Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma, the fourth to Grays Harbor Community in Aberdeen. They were all wearing their seatbelts and no drugs or alcohol were suspected. A cause, and any charges stemming from the accident remain under investigation.
State police investigate fatal crash in West Baton Rouge Parish
From: ABC US News
An Elma man fled the scene of a single vehicle car accident that injured two other men early Saturday morning near Schafer State Park. The State Patrol reports they were headed North on the Matlock Brady road by West Satsop Maple Glen Drive when their 1997 Ford Explorer crossed the centerline and struck a tree just after 7 in the morning. The driver, a 34 year old Elma man, fled the scene. Two other Montesano men both 30 years old were injured, one refused treatment, the other was transported to Mason General Hospital in Elma.
Trooper Richardson said at the time of the report that it was unknown if drugs or alcohol were involved, the accident remains under investigation and charges could be pending.