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3 transported to Harrison following highway crash

Emergency personnel from the Poulsbo Fire Department assist an injured person (not pictured) in the backseat of a car after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 3 near Thompson Road March 18. The person was sent to Harrison Medical Center.  - Kipp Robertson/ Herald
Emergency personnel from the Poulsbo Fire Department assist an injured person (not pictured) in the backseat of a car after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 3 near Thompson Road March 18. The person was sent to Harrison Medical Center.
— image credit: Kipp Robertson/ Herald

POULSBO — Three people were transported to Harrison Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 3, March 18.

The crash occurred just before 10 a.m. near Thompson Road. Traffic was slowed, with the southbound lane closed.

The driver of a four-door sedan, a female about 17 years old, was put into an ambulance on a gurney after the crash. The gurney was most likely precautionary, according to Poulsbo Fire Department spokeswoman Jody Matson. The sedan was off the highway in the ditch, after a collision with a two-door truck.

The truck's occupants, a male and female in their mid-50s, were also transported to the hospital. The man was put in a neck brace.

An investigation is being done by the Washington State Patrol.

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