Conditions upgraded for three injured in Port Townsend crash
A recent single-car wreck in Port Townsend sent three people to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. — Bill Beezley/East Jefferson Fire-Rescue
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All three patients were improved from serious condition to satisfactory, a Harborview representative said Sunday.
Paul Davis, 40; his daughter, Ella Davis, 11; and her friend, Lily Teagarden, 12, were airlifted to Harborview on Thursday after the Buick LeSabre they were in left the road and hit a tree on Umatilla Avenue.
Davis and his daughter had to be extracted from the vehicle by East Jefferson Fire-Rescue, while Teagarden was able to exit the car on her own.
Initially, all three were reported to be in critical condition Friday morning, and their conditions were upgraded to serious Saturday.
State Patrol troopers were expected to inspect the vehicle for possible mechanical failure, with results of the investigation due in about two weeks.
Last modified: March 16. 2014 7:02PM