Car Crashes into Naselle High School


The Naselle-Grays River School District is assessing damage to Naselle High School after a vehicle crashed into the building on Saturday, March

3 at around 8:22 p.m. The district is still determining how much repairs will cost.

Emergency responders from the Naselle Volunteer Fire Department, Pacific County Sheriff’s Office and Washington State Patrol responded to the scene. At the time of the collision, the driver was described as intoxicated.“[The] driver [was] issued a citation and given a courtesy transport to a residence in Ocean Park,” PCSO Commander Michael Parker said.

“[He] apparently missed the stop sign at [State Route] 401 and [State Route] 4 and continued up the hill and impacted the building coming to rest in the computer room of the school,” Parker added.

“Our first responders were awesome, and many stayed to lend a hand as well,” Nelson said. “Our staff closed off what we could to secure the building for the night, and the next day we came in again to clean up and start repairs.


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