33-year-old Olympia woman killed in head-on crash

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accidentSHELTON — A 33-year-old motorcyclist was killed on State Route 101 Wednesday when an oncoming car attempted to pass another vehicle on the two-lane road and collided head-on with the motorcycle, the Washington State Patrol said.

The motorcyclist, a woman from Olympia, was not immediately identified. She had a helmet on, but died at the scene.

The State Patrol said a Chevrolet Cobalt was traveling southbound on SR 101 just south of Wallace Kneeland Boulevard and the motorcycle was traveling northbound. The car passed another southbound vehicle on the two-lane road and collided head-on with the motorcyclist, the State Patrol said.

The accident was under investigation.

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  • audrey miller

    in all the years ive lived in Shelton so many have died on that stretch of highway…when will something be done about it???maybe its time for a freeway facelift and either put in a divider or add more lanes..idk it just always seems to be a bad part of the road…so sad and tragic…praying hard for the family n loved ones of the woman who passed away…I hope the other gal learns to slow down and realizes how important a life is…understanding that accidents do happen but damn it people please pay more attention to others around you,u are NOT the only ones on the roads!!!

  • Jennifer

    R.I.P Sarah you were not only a beautiful women but a beautiful person, you overcame many struggles early in your life to carry on and defend our country proudly .You will be missed but not forgotten.

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