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One killed, four airlifted after Friday night car collision in Lofall

LOFALL—A Marysville man was killed and three people, including a 1-year-old infant, were airlifted after a car collision on State Route 3 three miles north of Poulsbo about 11:30 p.m. Friday night.

According to the Washington State Patrol, Diandre Edgecombe, 25, was driving a 1993 Dodge when he pulled out in front of Dodge Kenyon, 46, of Bainbridge who was driving a 2002 Toyota Pickup. The press release stated that Kenyon, who struck the 1993 Dodge, had the right of way.

Both vehicles were totaled in the incident.

Two of Edgecombe’s passengers -- Tarry Phillips, 29, and Madeline Fryberb, 23, both of Marysville, were taken to Harrison Medical Center in Bremerton. Phillips complained of soreness, while Fryberb had some broken ribs and a broken pelvis.

Three more of Edgecombe’s passengers -– Marysville residents Zanetta Henry, 20; Tije LaJuan, 21; and Trevon Alters, 1 -– all were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center.

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