This article was updated on April 13 to correct information that was incorrectly provided to The Northern Light. A previous version of this article stated the driver was in satisfactory condition. The driver remains in critical condition as of April 13.
A woman who was involved in a Blaine Road car crash earlier this month is in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
The Blaine woman, 33, and her 13-year-old passenger sustained injuries after a hit-and-run crash on the evening of March 7. The two were traveling southbound on Blaine Road, near the intersection of Drayton Harbor Road, when a motorcycle attempted to pass their 2007 Mazda, according to a Washington State Patrol (WSP) memo.
The Mazda tried to overcorrect to the right shoulder and struck two concrete barriers, according to WSP. The woman wasn’t wearing a seatbelt and was ejected.
A GoFundMe was started to assist with expenses as a result of the accident. The woman and passenger were transported to Harborview, according to the GoFundMe. The passenger was later released.
As of March 21, the woman was in critical condition, a Harborview spokesperson said.
WSP trooper Kelsey Harding said the motorcycle driver has not been identified and the case is still active.
For the GoFundMe, visit bit.ly/3Z7HMhJ.
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