Jefferson County Historical Society officer injured in one-car crash2006-02-19
by ANDREW BINION
Peninsula Daily News
BRINNON -- The vice president of the Jefferson County Historical Society was airlifted to a Seattle hospital for a broken pelvis after a one-car crash that shut down U.S. Highway 101 for three hours Friday night.
JoAnn Louise Bussa, 61, of Brinnon was listed in stable condition at Harborview Medical Center on Saturday afternoon, a nurse supervisor said.
Bussa was traveling southbound without her seat belt fastened on near milepost 310 when the 2001 Jeep Cherokee she was driving crossed the centerline, struck an embankment, rolled over and came to rest in the middle of the highway, the State Patrol reported.
No one else was hurt in the crash, which is still under investigation.
Doug Bussa, JoAnn's husband, visited her in the hospital and said she also sustained a neck and head injury.
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