Wednesday, March 24, 2004
stop sign, injured
GRANDVIEW - A 20-year-old Grandview woman, Kayla A. Gay, ran
a stop sign yesterday morning in her 1997 Ford Explorer and collided with
Gay was injured as a result of the collision, and was
transported to Sunnyside Community Hospital to receive medical attention.
According to the Washington State Patrol, Gay was westbound
on Walnut Lane Tuesday morning at about 11:20 a.m. and failed to stop at the
Hornby Road intersection. Her SUV collided with a vehicle driven by Jose T.
Olguin, 48, of Sunnyside. Olguin, who was southbound on Hornby Road, was
uninjured, said WSP troopers.
Public comments sought by DSHS on services provided to kids
Lower Yakima Valley residents are being urged to provide
input to the Children's Administration Region 2 Oversight Committee, which will
meet in Sunnyside Thursday, March 25.
The committee is one of six advisory groups to advise the
Department of Social and Health Services on children's services. The Children's
Administration provides services, including child protection, foster care,
foster home licensing and adoption.
The public is invited to attend Thursday's meeting,
scheduled for 10 to 11 a.m., to comment on community needs or existing programs
relating to children and families. The meeting will be held at the Sunnyside
division of the Children and Family Services office, Suite F-2 in the Mid