According to a report in The Olympian, Gaisser was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Kayla P. Walker, 20, also of Hoodsport. Walker apparently veered off of State Route 119 around 10pm, striking a cable box and then a tree stump.
Walker was cited for negligent driving. The report said that alcohol or drugs were not a factor in the car accident. Negligent driving in the second degree is a misdemeanor and usually results in a $250 fine.
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