State Route 410 traffic fatality identified as Pamela Bone
A 56-year-old Sumner woman, Pamela C. Bone, died Saturday on state Route 410 between 234th Avenue East and 254th.
According to a report from the Washington State Patrol, the collision occurred about 1:15 p.m.
The busy highway was blocked for several hours as police and firefighters responded to the collision.
The state patrol report stated Bone was traveling west when she crossed the centerline and collided with a vehicle driven by a 62-year-old Gregory W. Willging of Bonney Lake. He was traveling east.
Willging’s vehicle rolled after being hit. He was transferred to Good Samaritan Hospital with injuries.
Responding to the collision were East Pierce Fire and Rescue emergency personnel, Bonney Lake police officers and WSP troopers.
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