No serious injuries in Greenbank rollover accident

A Freeland woman survived a rollover accident in Greenbank on Wednesday.

The woman, Linda Jedlicka, 74, was transported to WhidbeyHealth following the wreck with non-life threatening injuries, a fire official said.

The rollover occurred around 11:10 a.m. Simmons was driving behind Jedlicka, as both were southbound on Highway 525 near Plantation Drive, when Jedlicka’s white Honda CR-V began to drift toward the road shoulder. The vehicle left the road and hit a rocky embankment and drainage pipe at the intersection.

Jedlicka’s Honda came to rest facing north on the same embankment, although the vehicle crossed Plantation Drive.

Investigators believe a medical issue might have caused the wreck, according to Sgt. Mark Francis with Washington State Patrol.

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