State patrol: 2 sent to hospital after head-on, DUI crash
Originally published August 9, 2012 at 7:26 a.m., updated August 9, 2012 at 9:30 p.m.
Two people were sent to the hospital late Wednesday after a suspected DUI, wrong-way crash on state Highway 503 in north Clark County.
The crash happened at 10:48 p.m. on Highway 503, about 2 miles south of Amboy, according to a Washington State Patrol bulletin.
According to the release, Jutta R. Langley, 57, of Amboy was driving a 1996 Ford Taurus south in the northbound lane when she ran into a 2003 Kia Spectra head-on. The Kia was pushed 200 feet south of the scene. Both cars came to a rest in the northbound lane.
Kayla R. Hull, 21, of Vancouver, the driver of the Kia, was sent to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center with chest pain and scrapes, and abrasions on her legs. She was treated and released from the hospital, PeaceHealth spokesman Ken Cole said Thursday morning
Langley was also taken to Southwest with chest pain. Langley was listed in satisfactory condition Thursday morning, Cole said.
Langley was cited on suspicion of DUI, driving without a valid license, driving with no insurance and driving left of the center line, state patrol said.
Both cars were totaled.