Camano Island man identified as driver in fatal crash

The cause of the rollover crash, which sent the car 20 feet off the road, remains under investigation.

LAKEWOOD — A Camano Island man died Saturday after a one-car crash near Lakewood.

The accident was reported shortly after 4:30 p.m. off Highway 531 near 34th Avenue NW, according to a Washington State Patrol accident memo. The crash scene was about nine miles south of Stanwood.

The driver was identified as Lowell R. Jenkins, 75. He was driving a 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation, according to the crash memo.

The car was headed west on Highway 531 and was approaching 34th Avenue when the driver lost control. The car went off the roadway and rolled over. It ended up about 20 feet off the road against a tree.

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