SOUTH SOUND: Woman injured in I-5 rollover; driver unharmed

ckrotzer@theolympian.comJune 29, 2013 

A Snoqualmie woman was injured after being involved in a rollover crash Thursday morning on Interstate 5 just north of Centralia, according to the Washington State Patrol.

Lisa M. Wilkins, 21, of Kent was driving a 1999 Saturn station wagon north at 5:17 a.m. when she allegedly drove off the road into the right shoulder.

The station wagon rolled and hit a sign before coming to rest facing the southbound lanes.

Wilkins was uninjured. Her 23-year-old passenger, Brianna P. Chandler, was injured and taken to Providence Centralia Hospital. Both women were wearing seatbelts.

The cause of the crash was driver inattention, according to the State Patrol.

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