Hillsboro woman in hospital after Washington crash
A Hillsboro woman is in critical condition after a car she was in crashed into a tree on Saturday night in Clark County, Wash.
Lindsay Winter, 33, of Hillsboro, sustained serious injuries in the crash and is listed in critical condition at a Vancouver-area hospital, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
According to investigators Winter was a passenger in a 2008 Toyota Scion XB on Saturday Oct. 6, traveling in the Hockinson area of Clark County. The car was reportedly traveling downhill at significant speed at about 11:22 p.m. when it flew past a stop sign at a T-intersection and crashed into a tree. The vehicle then caught fire.
A 9-1-1 caller said the vehicle was on fire and that multiple people were inside or around the vehicle.
Winter and the car's driver, Aaron T. Jones, were pulled from the vehicle by passerby before police and firefighters arrived.
Firefighters arriving on the scene found Winter unresponsive, authorities said, she was taken to a nearby hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Investigators say Jones, 34, of Vancouver, died at the scene. After the fire inside the vehicle was extinguished, authorities found the burned body of a woman, 19-year-old Isabella Huyck, of Tumwater, Wash., inside the vehicle. The vehicle was registered in her name.
A fourth victim, Derek Martin, 24, of Vancouver, suffered minor injuries in the crash.
The crash is being investigated by the Clark County Sheriff's office.
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