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Three injured in crash on Highway 502

By , Columbian Assistant Metro Editor
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Two children and a Woodland man were hurt Sunday afternoon when a driver failed to yield at a stoplight and caused a traffic collision near Ridgefield, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Aracely Santos Salvador, 29, of Vancouver was driving a 1998 Toyota Corolla west on state Highway 502 when she failed to stop at the intersection with Northeast 10th Street, State Patrol said. Her car entered the intersection and struck the rear passenger side of a northbound 2008 Ford F-150 pickup driven by Shelli Raymond, 52, of Woodland, police said.

Raymond’s passenger, 57-year-old Mitchell Raymond of Woodland, was injured and transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, State Patrol said. He was listed in satisfactory condition Sunday evening, according to hospital staff.

Two boys in Santos Salvador’s vehicle, ages 3 and 8, also were injured. They were transported to Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center. Their conditions were not available Sunday.

State Patrol found that Santos Salvador failed to stop at a stoplight and didn’t have a valid driver’s license.

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Columbian Assistant Metro Editor