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Two in stable condition after highway accident

Posted: July 9, 2013 - 8:58pm  |  Updated: July 9, 2013 - 9:06pm

Two women were injured and transported to Central Peninsula Hospital following a car accident Tuesday.

Central Emergency Services responded to the accident. CES Captain Lesley Quelland said both women are in stable condition.

The accident happened after 2 p.m. at mile 102 of the Sterling Highway.

Both injured women were the drivers of the two vehicles involved in the accident. There was a female juvenile in one of the vehicles who was not injured.

There is extensive damage to both vehicles, Quelland said.

Alaska State Troopers are investigating the cause of the accident.

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northernlights 07/10/13 - 01:35 pm
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The main driver was responsible

The one female driver was going way over the speed limit and hit the other one head on. I have to say I have seen the most stupid drivers this year. Whats the deal that a person finds it necessary to pass on double lines, around corners and with on coming cars. I am sick of having my life and others put in danger because of idiots. I hope her license gets revoked for years. No reason for her to be driving that fast. Now that the reds are coming in, I hope the Peninsula residents drive with care because the out of towner will speed as fast as they can down here to hurry and catch fish.

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spwright 07/13/13 - 09:40 pm
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The Lives of Our Fellow Alaskans

The most immediate & effective method of changing the bad attitude & bad behavior of Drivers here on the Peninsula is the sight of a ALASKA STATE TROOPER.

6 "Rookie" Ak State Troopers have been hired within the last 6 months. Those Troopers need to be assigned to HighWay Patrol. Use Aircraft, Helocopter, Drones,Radar what ever means necessary to make Our Roads & Highways SAFE.

It's "Dip-Net Season" once again & until July 31st.

What could possibly be more Important than SAVING LIVES of OUR FELLOW ALASKANS ?
Assign more State Troopers to Highway Patrol.

SPW "Airborne"

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