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Hay hauling tractor and car collide on Olson Road

Scene of a collision between a Subaru Impreza and a farm tractor on Olson Road (July 11th, 2019). Photo: My Ferndale News
Scene of a collision between a Subaru Impreza and a farm tractor on Olson Road (July 11th, 2019). Photo: My Ferndale News

FERNDALE, Wash. — Whatcom County Fire District 7, Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office and Washington State Patrol personnel were dispatched about noon today, July 11th, to a report of a tractor vs. passenger car crash at the intersection of Olson Road and Mountain View Road.

According to WCFD7 Division Chief Justin Iverson, a Magnum farm tractor was westbound on Mountain View Road with 2 trailers carrying hay wrapped in plastic when it made a right turn to Olson Road, swinging wide into the oncoming lane. A silver Subaru Impreza was southbound on Olson Road approaching Mountain View Road when it collided with the tractor.

The Subaru left the road after the collision, ending up in a shallow ditch between the road and a farm field. The Subaru sustained significant visible body damage along the driver’s side from the vehicle’s front end to the driver’s door. Iverson said the Subaru driver was able exit their vehicle on their own through the passenger side.

Damage visible on Subaru Impreza after collision with a farm tractor on Olson Road (July 11th, 2019). Photo: My Ferndale News
Damage visible on a Subaru Impreza after collision with a farm tractor on Olson Road (July 11th, 2019). Photo: My Ferndale News

Iverson said the tractor driver was uninjured and the Subaru driver was able to be treated and released at the scene.

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It was unknown if any citations were issued.


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