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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.

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.
Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com