Man dies in hospital after crash on Camano Island

Johann Stalf failed to yield when he pulled out in front of a truck. His car was sent rolling into a fence.

CAMANO ISLAND — An 83-year-old man died in the hospital after a two-car collision on Tuesday.

Johann Stalf, from Camano Island, failed to yield when he turned at the intersection of North Camano Drive and Utsalady Road, according to the Washington State Patrol.

The driver of an oncoming Chevrolet Silverado truck was not able to stop in time. He struck Stalf’s car, a Mercedes-Benz E320, and sent it rolling into a fence.

Stalf was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, where he died early Friday.

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