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  • Rollover crash blocks Plum St. and 4th Avenue on Sunday morning

    Responders from both Olympia police and fire departments clean-up and clear the intersection of Plum St. and Fourth Ave. around 7:30 Sunday morning after a crash involving a Toyota pick-up and Kia hatchback sedan. Although involving a rollover of the truck no serious injuries were reported, according to Olympia Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Pat Noonan.

Responders from both Olympia police and fire departments clean-up and clear the intersection of Plum St. and Fourth Ave. around 7:30 Sunday morning after a crash involving a Toyota pick-up and Kia hatchback sedan. Although involving a rollover of the truck no serious injuries were reported, according to Olympia Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Pat Noonan. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Responders from both Olympia police and fire departments clean-up and clear the intersection of Plum St. and Fourth Ave. around 7:30 Sunday morning after a crash involving a Toyota pick-up and Kia hatchback sedan. Although involving a rollover of the truck no serious injuries were reported, according to Olympia Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Pat Noonan. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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